Chrome OS Flex announced for PC and Mac users, will get Chromebook features

Google has introduced a new version of Chrome OS for older PC and Mac users, named Chrome OS Flex. This new version is built from the same code base as Chrome OS and will be released with the software available for Chromebooks and other Chrome OS machines. The new operating system allows users to use some features of Chrome OS, including background updates, sandboxing, web apps and Android phone notification syncing. According to the company, users will be able to download the early version of Chrome OS Flex on their computers or run it via Live USB.

blog Post Google has announced a new free-to-download Chrome OS Flex operating system built for businesses and schools in the US. According to Google, the new operating system, like Chrome OS, provides access to web apps and virtualization, gets boosted quickly, and allows for background system upgrades. Chrome OS also offers Flex sandboxing and proactive security against viruses, ransomware, etc. The company says that ChromeOS Flex is deployed instantly via a USB stick and the user’s cloud profile, settings, bookmarks and policies are also synced after log-in.

Chrome OS Flex gives users access to the official Chrome browser, Google Assistant and cross-platform features like notification syncing with Android devices.

Google says users can try the early access version of Chrome OS Flex right away by having a compatible PC or Mac computer and a free USB drive. However, users will need to fill out a form and ensure that their devices are on certified models before downloading the new operating system. List included in or not.

First of all go to Chrome web store in Windows, macOS or Chrome OS.

-Now Chromebook Recovery Utility Search for and download the extension.

Now launch the Chromebook Recovery Utility extension and click on Get Started.

After this, select Select a model from a list, Select a manufacturer or Select a product.

– Click on Continue and then Insert USB Drive.

Now select your USB then click on Continue and go to Create now.

Users can then boost the live version of Chrome OS Flex from a USB drive without risking their system. Moreover, he can also install the OS on PC or Mac forever. However, Google says that this is the OS’s Early Access and some instability may be experienced in it.

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