Chrome OS Flex is a lightweight, secure, and cloud-first operating system that can transform aging desktop and laptop hardware into fully functional productivity, entertainment, and web-browsing machines. Built to be simple and optimized for the always-connected world, it offers a fast and modern work experience from anywhere. It is perfect for home users, as well as businesses and professionals looking to transition their fleet of PCs to a cloud-based architecture that is easy to manage.
Chrome OS Flex can be deployed on any modern PC and Mac, especially on aging hardware configurations that cannot run modern Windows and Mac OS releases. This OS ensures that they run quickly, securely, and never slow down over time. With automatic upgrades and management from the cloud, Chrome OS Flex provides a perfect solution for giving new life to aging PC hardware.
To get started with Chrome OS Flex, users need to create a bootable USB stick with the OS installer. Once the installer is booted on the target PC, the installation process will run automatically, and the OS will be fully installed. Since Chrome OS Flex is cloud-first, it requires internet access via Ethernet or Wi-Fi.
Chrome OS Flex offers a wide variety of apps and services, including cloud-based apps, entertainment, and access to the modern internet. It also supports Chrome browser extensions and even the ability to install and use native Linux apps. Business users can extract value from advanced security, remote control, access to cloud-based hardware, and much more.
To install Chrome OS Flex on Windows, users can use the Chrome browser extension "Chromebook Recovery Utility" to create a bootable USB stick. Chrome OS Flex features advanced sign-in features, printer and network configurations, built-in security tools, proactive protection with cloud-delivery of new antivirus definitions, background updates, and much more.