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Chrome's "Device Mode Mobile Emulation" lets you test across a variety of user agents and resolutions.
You should not ask users to update. Maybe you will tell them, 'sorry, you can't use this site with your old browser.' Maybe you won't. Other answers have covered the tradeoffs there. My point is that a tiny number of people will be able to respond if you tell them to update. Of all the people you will hit, the majority will be either: Locked into their ...
While there are differences, there is not much that cannot be made compatible in older browsers depending upon what you are doing. If you are developing your site and wanting to add features but feel hampered by the lack of advance in the use of newer versions of a browsers, then you have to decide what you are really doing. For example, if you are ...
The answer to your question is not that simple and depends on various factors, I'll explain: 1. Features - Are your users going to lose part of the functionality of your site because they are on an old browser? if yes, tell them to update. 2. Audience - Are the audience of your site likely to use an old browser? (ex.: elderly specific content, broad ...
I would suggest looking at the country itself and researching its most commonly spoken languages. I would advise against using the country's official language(s) because they are not always accurate to the population. Here's a great resource to get you started: World Factbook
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