Thanks to its purchase of Neverware, Google has a new Chrome OS expansion strategy. Chrome OS Flex is a free way to turn PCs and Macs into Chromebooks.
How secure is a Chromebook after it stops getting Chrome OS updates? It still works but the OS and browser can’t be patched. Two strategies may change that.
Google recently bought Neverware, creator of CloudReady software that gives new life to old devices. Now, Google is integrating CloudReady into Chrome OS 90.
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.
With Chromebook demand much higher than supply, many students are struggling to get online for their virtual classes. Here are 3 options worth considering to get them productive.
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.