Likewise, if you’re using an updated browser on an OS that’s no longer supported, same thing.
Thus, browser support is also crucial for a safe internet-using experience.
If you do not have Google Chrome installed, and you download a copy and install it, the version will show as: 49.0.2623.112 If you then try to update it through Google Chrome it will report: "Google Chrome is up to date." https://dl.google.com/dl/chrome/mac/legacy/GGRO/If you have an earlier version installed, e.g.
48.0.2564.109, and update it through Google Chrome it will report: "Google Chrome is up to date." (I tried on Mountain Lion; I was able to make the "no" symbol go away, but when I attempted to open Chrome, I simply got an error alert claiming that the app was corrupt and suggesting that I move it to the trash.)(And since this page is a highly ranked google search result for downloading old versions of chrome, mountain lion, etc, many of those currently reading this are likely in the same situation I was in: simply looking to install a functioning Chrome on Mountain Lion.) Chrome 52 is the last version of Chrome compatible with OS X Mountain Lion.
If there’s a new version of Safari available, users just need to click the ‘Update’ button (and enter their Apple ID), and the latest version will be installed.