After much wait, Google is finally ready with a new version of Chrome OS, the Chrome OS Flex. It is a cloud-first operating system for PCs and Macs that is fast, easy to operate, and secure.
In 2020, Google purchased Neverware in order to assist even more enterprises in adopting a contemporary computing solution. They’ve helped countless businesses and schools, including Nordic Choice Hotels, ABN AMRO, and MyGate, modernize PCs and Macs as the developers of CloudReady, a Chromium OS-based operating system. Since then, the company has been working hard to integrate CloudReady’s benefits into a new version of Chrome OS.
ChromeOS Flex is a new operating system from Google that is available for free download. It’s designed for corporations and schools, and it integrates seamlessly with Google’s strong cloud-based administration. ChromeOS Flex modernizes your existing devices, allowing you to enjoy the advantages of Chrome OS on PCs and Macs:
Early Acess to Chrome OS Flex
The update is currently available for a free trial. To get started all you will require is A USB drive and a compatible PC or Macand it’s completely free to download.
First, you can try ChromeOS Flex without installing it by booting directly from the USB drive – risk free.
Then once you’re ready, you can install ChromeOS Flex on your PC or Mac to replace your operating system for the best experience.
via - Google Cloud Blog
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