With version 50, Chrome ended support for XP, but there are still a lot of XP users. Here's a list of alternatives.
Remember that Chromium-based web browsers won't support Windows XP anymore as well.


  • Mozilla Firefox

    Firefox is of course the first alternative to consider if you want to replace Chrome, but Mozilla announced Firefox 52 will be the last version supporting XP and Vista. Security updates will be released until September 2017.

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  • Opera

    Opera, which is Chromium-based, announced that the last version for XP will be Opera 36, but support will continue with security and crash fixes. This is probably the best choice if you want to migrate from Chrome with few hassles and no radical changes.

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    Midori

    Midori is a lightweight web browser based on Webkit engine. It's the default browser for Raspbian distribution, but it works great with Windows XP too.

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    SeaMonkey

    SeaMonkey is an Internet suite that consists of a web browser (inspired by Netscape), an e-mail and news client, an HTML editor and an IRC client. It is still compatible with Windows XP SP2+ and has very low requirement.

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    SRWare Iron

    Iron is a slimmed version of Chrome that will continue to support Windows XP.

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    K-Meleon

    K-Meleon is an extremely fast, customizable, lightweight web browser based on the Gecko layout engine developed by Mozilla which is also used by Firefox. K-Meleon is free, open source software released under the GNU General Public License and is designed specifically for Microsoft Windows (Win32) operating systems.

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    Falkon

    QupZilla is an opensource browser built on the QtWebEngine , a different browser engine.
    It's lightweight, cross-platform and has an integrated adblocker.

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    Lunascape

    Lunascape is a new web browser that handles all three major web rendering engines — Mozilla Firefox’s Gecko, Internet Explorer’s Trident, and WebKit (which is used by Google Chrome and Safari.

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    Slimjet

    Slimjet, another Chromium-based browser, announced in May 2016 it will remain compatible with XP and Vista. In fact Slimjet 10, based on Chromium 50, is still updated and continues to support these Windows versions.

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    Avant Browser

    Avant Browser's user-friendly interface brings a new level of clarity and efficiency to your browsing experience, and frequent upgrades have steadily improved its reliability.

    Features

    TRI-CORE rendering engines: IE, Firefox & Chrome engines
    Compatible with IE8,9,10,11
    Multi-Processing
    Lowest Memory Usage Web Browser
    Video Sniffer
    Download Accelerator
    Split View
    Detached Always on Top Browser Window
    Aero Glass UI
    Private Browsing
    Anti-Freezing
    Fast, Low CPU usage
    No Memory Leak
    Web Form Auto-Filler / Startup Login
    Online Bookmarks
    Mouse Gestures
    AD/Popup Blocker
    Real Full Screen Mode and Alternative Full Desktop Mode
    Flash Animation Filter
    RSS Reader
    Multi-Document Interface

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    Dooble

    Dooble is a new Open Source Web browser that focuses on compactness, security, and stability. Dooble is the only Web browser that encodes a user's browsing information. While other browsers have the support of thousands of dedicated individuals, Dooble has been harvested by just a handful of people.

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    Light Firefox

    Light Firefox is a light browser based on Mozilla source code. Many components are slimmed down, so it can start faster and use less memory. By default, Light can run along with Firefox. Both x86 and x64 builds are available.

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