Google released ChromeOS Flex in February, which allows you to use an old MacBook or a Windows laptop. The new operating system will allow you to run ChromeOS on an old PC for modern use. It was initially available as part of the beta, but it has now exited the phase and is now available to everyone.
ChromeOS Flex provides the same software experience found on Chromebooks as ChromeOS. It is a light operating system that includes Google Assistant, Family Link accounts, Smart Lock, Instant Tethering, and Nearby Share. Unlike Chrome OS, it is compatible with a wide range of PCs and Macs, making it an excellent choice for businesses or individuals who have outdated hardware.
With ChromeOS Flex, businesses don’t have to replace their existing hardware in order to upgrade to the newest, most cutting-edge operating system, which is one of its major selling points. More than 400 devices have been tested and proven to work with ChromeOS Flex. Installing ChromeOS Flex is as easy as installing it from a USB drive, You can follow instructions on how to install it on your devices from the link here.
Based on feedback from the initial trial run, the new ChromeOS Flex release also includes a few enhancements. This features enhanced device compatibility, stability upgrades, and more.