4 hours ago Instead, the easiest way is to visit the support page on Google's Auto Update policy. Here, Google lists all Chromebook models and their …
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6 hours ago New list of obsolete / End of Life (EoL) Chromebooks and EoL search filter. May 14, 2020 5:44 am GMT+0000 by Chromebook Expert in Announcements, Site News. …
8 hours ago While you might be able to install Chrome OS Flex on Intel or AMD x86 Chrome OS devices, we don’t support devices that have reached their AUE date. You might have …
Install CloudReady Instead If your Chromebook has reached End of Life (EOL), you will see the message “This device is no longer supported” on the notification area. This means you will no longer receive software updates (new versions of Chrome OS, the operating system). You could, however, continue to use the Chromebook.
But here’s the thing: Although most people refer to EOL or AUE date as expiration date, it’s practically more like a “best-before” date. Technically, you can continue using your Chromebook after the AUE date. Just don’t expect to receive the latest software updates or any technical support after that.
To find your Chromebook’s “expiration” date when the feature launches, open the settings menu, then go to “About Chrome OS” > “Additional details.” The end-of-support date will be listed under “Update Schedule.” We’re currently running Chrome OS version 78.0.3904.92, and we don’t see this feature live just yet.
Five more models just had their support cycle extended by a year: 1 Acer Chromebook 714 (CB714-1W / CB714-1WT), now June 2025 2 Acer Chromebook 715 (CB715-1W / CB715-1WT), now June 2025 3 Asus Chromebook C300SA / C301SA, now June 2022 4 Asus Chromebook C403, now June 2024 5 Lenovo N22 Chromebook, now June 2022