Chrome and Windows Vista
Chrome support has ended for Vista users, so you'll need to install a different web browser to continue using the internet. This is simple to do and won't cost you anything. However, we would warn that it isn't safe to connect a Windows Vista computer to the internet, now that Microsoft support for Vista has ended.
Unfortunately, just as Chrome is no longer supported on Vista, you can't use Internet Explorer either - you can, however, use Firefox. It's a great browser and it will automatically import your favourites from Chrome. Head to the official Firefox website
to install it.
As soon as you open Firefox, it will request to become your new default browser (say Yes) and ask if you wish to import your favourites or bookmarks from Chrome.
Vista support has now ended. Microsoft stopped supporting Vista with crucial security updates in April 2017. This means that the operating system isn't safe to use online.
The bad news for Vista users is they aren't being given a free upgrade to Windows 10. Only Windows 7 and 8 users can upgrade for free.
It will cost around £100 for you to install Windows 10 on your PC if you choose to - but it's worth checking your computer has the necessary specs to run it. If not, you may be better off replacing your computer with a new one.