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How To Discover Your Chromebook's End-of-Life Date - Ice Brains Software

How To Discover Your Chromebook’s End-of-Life Date

At some point, all of our spiffy brand-new gadgets will become old and decrepit. Service warranties go out, hardware improves, and companies only support their items with software or firmware updates for a restricted amount of time. To help you determine when your Chromebook will reach its end-of-support date, Google will soon include this details to the Chrome OS settings menu.

To find your Chromebook’s “expiration” date when the feature launches, open the settings menu, then go to ” About Chrome OS” > “Extra information.” The end-of-support date will be listed under ” Update Set Up.”

We’re currently running Chrome OS version 78.0.390492, and we don’t see this function live right now. Nevertheless, an < a data-ga="[["Embedded Url","External link","https://www.xda-developers.com/chrome-os-chromebook-end-of-life-info-settings/",{"metric25":1}]] href=" https://www.xda-developers.com/chrome-os-chromebook-end-of-life-info-settings/" > XDA Developers forum member saw the function in a Canary version of Chrome OS, which (ideally) suggests it’ll be on its method quickly.

We ‘d like to see more companies– and more Google products– adopt this sort of openness, but for now, it’s cool that Google is at least providing its Chromebook users a clearer idea of for how long their devices will receive updates.

While we’re on the topic, here are couple of things to keep in mind about operating system updates and assistance life expectancies for simply about every gadget or OS out there:

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