Weekly Issue: 2022-07
How to Install Chrome OS Flex on Your Windows PC
The Year of Linux is Finally Upon Us: Make Welcome Chrome OS Flex, The Best Valentine Gift No One is Talking About I Took the Plunge and installed Chrome OS Flex on a MSI Stealth 15M with RTX 3060 GPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM, and Intel Core i7-11375H for the Team […]
Chrome OS Flex is an ideal off-ramp for millions of PCs that can’t run Windows 11
We kick the tires on Flex and install it on some old hardware for good measure.
Google wants to bring its Privacy Sandbox to Android
Google’s Privacy Sandbox initiative for its Chrome browser hasn’t exactly been an unmitigated success, but it has definitely kicked off a healthy discussion about online privacy — and the company’s own role in the advertising ecosystem. Now, with many of the initiatives around Chrome still in flux, Google also plans to expand many of these […] Google wants to bring its Privacy Sandbox to Android by Frederic Lardinois originally published on TechCrunch
Chrome OS Flex from Google turns PCs and Macs into Chromebooks
Google has revealed Chrome OS Flex, a new version of Chrome OS based on CloudReady OS that can be installed on traditional PCs.
Google wants to bring Chrome OS to your PC or Mac
Google today announced Chrome OS Flex, an early preview of a new initiative that aims to bring Chrome OS to virtually any PC (and older Intel-based Macs). Built on top of CloudReady, which Google acquired in 2020, Chrome OS Flex is aimed at enterprises and educational users who want to prolong the lifetime of their […] Google wants to bring Chrome OS to your PC or Mac by Frederic Lardinois originally published on TechCrunch
Google announces Chrome OS Flex: Easily turn your PC or Mac into a Chromebook
You can try out Chrome OS Flex with just a USB stick, or replace your current operating system.
Google turns old Macs, PCs into Chromebooks with Chrome OS Flex
Google acquisition results in free, downloadable Chrome OS.
Meet Chrome OS Flex, Google's new weapon for desktop domination
Google’s Chrome OS platform has come a ridiculously long way in an incredibly short time.Back when it launched in 2010, Chrome OS truly was just a browser in a box — a dead-simple operating system designed to act as a portal to the web and not much more. The software had no desktop, no task bar, and barely even anything in the way of settings. It was essentially just a full-screen browser window — and that’s it.Fast-forward to 2022, and Chrome OS is a fully featured and impressively polished computing solution.
Here's our first look at Pixel phone display mirroring on Chromebooks
A new report shows off how Pixel phones will be able to mirror their screens to Chromebooks, and it might come to Windows, Mac, and Linux.
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