In 2020 after buying Neverware, Google has an in-house way to get more out of old hardware.
Google has an in-house way to get more out of old hardware. After buying Neverware in 2020, which had made a name for itself thanks to a product called CloudReady that let individual users, as well as large organizations, turn old Windows PCs and Macs into Chrome OS devices.
CloudReady continued to be available after Google bought Neverware, but today we are getting our first look at an updated version of the product.
It is called Chrome OS Flex, and it is a reconstructed version of CloudReady that was built internally with access to all of Google’s code and resources.
One of the great benefits of Chrome OS Flex is that IT departments would be able to manage the devices just like any other Chrome OS hardware.