Google reported yesterday that its Google Drive programming won’t bolster Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003 any longer beginning January 1, 2017.
Google Drive is the organization’s legitimate desktop program that empowers Google clients to oversee and adjust records between their gadgets and the Google cloud.
Today, we’re declaring that on January 1, 2017 we will stop support for the Google Drive desktop application on Windows XP, Vista and Server 2003 since these stages are no more extended effectively upheld by Microsoft. The Google Drive desktop application (authoritatively: “Google Drive for Mac/PC”) will keep on functioning on these stages, however won’t be effectively tried and kept up.
Two things are especially fascinating about the declaration. In the first place, that the projects will keep on working.
Google won’t add an off button to those projects or change similarity data. This implies Windows clients on XP, Vista or Server 2003 will have the capacity to keep utilizing the product for a long time to come.