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2 colossal Chrome OS changes to keep an eye on

April 6, 2021

A Chromebook today is an awful lot of different things.

Sometimes, it’s a simple cloud-centric laptop. Other times, it’s a complex and capable computing machine. Other times yet, it’s effectively an Android tablet.

One thing a Chromebook is not, however, is an especially long-term investment.

To its credit, Google’s taken some significant steps toward extending the lifespan of Chrome OS devices as of late, with the typical software support window now stretched from a one-time maximum of six and a half years to a much more reasonable standard of eight years — occasionally even more.

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