Weekly Issue: 2022-29
Old PCs can find new life with Google ChromeOS Flex
I’m the kind of person who runs computing hardware until it’s dead, dead, dead.I mean, I still have a 1984 KayPro luggable that boots. I keep that one because of nostalgia, but I also have more than a dozen Macs and PCs that first saw the light of day in the late 2000s and early 2010s, still doing valuable work.How? I run Linux on them.While Linux isn’t for everyone, with Google’s release of ChromeOS Flex, it’s now easy to turn an otherwise obsolete computer into a useful Chromebook.This can be really useful.
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