Well, this news is certainly unexpected. As per information via About Chromebooks, It’s astonishing to learn that Google might truly separate ChromeOS from the Chrome browser. Although the research suggests that it may occur at some point soon, we are unsure of when it will occur.
We’re somewhat surprised that Google chose Chrome as the program to remove from ChromeOS if there was any program at all. It might not be all that surprising, but, at the same time.
Chrome could be separated from ChromeOS by Google.
Let’s begin with the latest news. According to About Chromebooks (via Engadget), Google has been working on this for a few years.
Why is business acting this way?
Everything has to do with the absence of Chrome-specific upgrades on ChromeOS.
On ChromeOS, updating the Chrome browser necessitates a system upgrade. This translates to non-seamless upgrades. This is a somewhat awkward method to go about achieving this. It is annoying to have to do it, and older devices are less secure as a result.
Future Google software updates are no longer available for older Chromebooks. They also miss out on Chrome browser updates when that occurs. They are not receiving new features and security upgrades.
Google, though, might soon sever the link between Chrome and ChromeOS. As a result, even though the software on those older devices is outdated, they may still receive software upgrades for the Chrome browser. We don’t believe that this will have an impact on out-of-date devices right now, but it will be advantageous for future devices that will lose support.
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