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Install CloudReady for Chrome Updates (or another OS) Girişe yapılan Değişiklikler

Düzenleyen: Kevin Purdy

Düzenleme onaylandı tarafından Kevin Purdy

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pretty well, considering how overpowered it was even for 2013), well), it no longer receives the newest features of Chrome OS, nor the important security updates issued for the OS and it Chrome browser. updates, including security fixes. Plus, Google will keep reminding you with a little red notification that it has abandoned its promising early progeny. it. [ … ] will help you get the your Pixel modernized once more, with security updates and OS improvements. Best of all, hardly anything will change about the interface or system. We will install [https://www.neverware.com/freedownload|CloudReady Home Edition]. CloudReady, from Neverware, is meant to give older laptops and desktops a new life with a lightly modified version of [https://www.chromium.org/chromium-os|Chromium OS], the open-source root of the Chrome OS companies put on Chromebooks. [ … ] and everything 98% is functioning: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, touchpad, touchscreen and display, even the Linux system built into newer Chromebooks. There’s a strange sound occasionally when you boot up, but that’s about it. You won’t get Android apps, but then Google never tried to make put them work on the Pixel, either. [ … ] screw] and change the laptop’s BIOS as a prerequisite to installing CloudReady. Luckily, the Pixel is an easy laptop to open up and get inside. Since you’re already opening it up, consider [guide|86369|a battery replacement] if your Pixel can barely live off the charger after 6 years.
pretty well, considering how overpowered it was even for 2013), well), it no longer receives the newest features of Chrome OS, nor the important security updates issued for the OS and it Chrome browser. updates, including security fixes. Plus, Google will keep reminding you with a little red notification that it has abandoned its promising early progeny. it. [ … ] will help you get the your Pixel modernized once more, with security updates and OS improvements. Best of all, hardly anything will change about the interface or system. We will install [https://www.neverware.com/freedownload|CloudReady Home Edition]. CloudReady, from Neverware, is meant to give older laptops and desktops a new life with a lightly modified version of [https://www.chromium.org/chromium-os|Chromium OS], the open-source root of the Chrome OS companies put on Chromebooks. [ … ] and everything 98% is functioning: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, touchpad, touchscreen and display, even the Linux system built into newer Chromebooks. There’s a strange sound occasionally when you boot up, but that’s about it. You won’t get Android apps, but then Google never tried to make put them work on the Pixel, either. [ … ] screw] and change the laptop’s BIOS as a prerequisite to installing CloudReady. Luckily, the Pixel is an easy laptop to open up and get inside. Since you’re already opening it up, consider [guide|86369|a battery replacement] if your Pixel can barely live off the charger after 6 years.