Google acquires Neverware, the company that brings Chrome OS to older laptops with CloudReady

Neverware, the company behind CloudReady, is now part of Google. The company provides Chrome OS installation and support for older laptops. What does the purchase mean? Hopefully, future Chromebooks never lose software and security update support.

Google announces 8 years of Chrome OS software updates for all new Chromebooks (Updated)

Google has largely addressed the oft-mentioned “built-in obsolescence” and return on investment arguments against Chromebooks by announcing 8 years of automatic Chrome OS updates for all new devices.

Chromebook settings show Chrome OS end of support date, but it’s not enough

It’s great that Chromebooks will start to show the date when their Chrome OS software support will end but that only helps existing Chromebook owners. Here’s what needs to happen to help Chromebook buyers.

Chrome OS software support dates extended for more than 130 Chromebooks

The AUE, or automatic update expiration, of many Chromebooks has been extended anywhere from six-months to two-years. Check the list to see how much longer you’ll get new Chrome OS features and patches.

How to get Chrome OS updates on a Chromebook after its AUE, or auto-update expiration date

Got an old Chromebook that’s passed its AUE, or automatic update expiration date? Consider giving CloudReady a try: The Chromium OS-based platform may work on your old device and bring you security updates long after Google stops providing them.

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