For more than 2 years, Google has been working on a secret project called “LaCrOS.”
In this episode of the podcast, we take a look at what this big change means for the future of ChromeOS.
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Lots of speculation!
The underlying goal of the this update is to seperate the Chrome operating system (ChromeOS) from the Chrome browser.
This gives Google a lot more update flexibility, and **could** allow them to continue pushing out security updates to expired devices.
There are a lot of things we don’t know:
- When will LaCrOS officially launch?
- Will old devices receive this update?
- Will expired LaCrOS devices continue to receive browser updates?
- How long will expired updates continue to receive security updates?
- What other features are hiding in the LaCrOS browser?
These questions will become clear over time, but for now, we sit and wait for the official release of LaCrOS.