When your chrome book receives the terrible notice that “this device will no longer receive the latest software updates, please consider upgrading”, then it may have a big impact on you. You may have spent a lot of money on the new chromebook, but the inability to continue to get support is a very bad experience for users. The lacros project launched internally by Google may ease your anxiety. < / P > < p > device update is always an important issue in Android system. In October 2017, Android’s fragmentation problem was very serious, with only 0.2% of devices running the latest version. Although Android is still fragmented, the project treble project has played a substantial role in improving Android adoption and further extending the life of old devices. Google now wants to do the same thing with chrome book, and its answer is lacros. < / P > < p > as you can see, lacros chrome functions and behaves like a regular Chrome browser installed on a traditional operating system. Of course, there must be something Google needs to improve to make the experience more refined. However, lacros is still in the early stage of development, so it has some problems such as white flash, random Penguin icon and slow performance. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days