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Are you a little disappointed about the 'This machine cannot be upgraded to Windows 11' message when inspecting Windows 10 Updates? Well, you are not alone. With the end in sight for Windows 10, everyone is looking towards Windows 11 as their next upgrade. With the price of CPUs on the rise and we mean - sharp rise, it is not always viable to upgrade to a new machine that already has a license for Windows 11. There are several people meeting this criteria with their machines today. A new solution on the block is 'Chrome OS Flex'.
You can now turn your work horse machine of yesterday into a ChromeBook! Chrome OS Flex is the means. Similar in the way people have been upgrading their machines from Windows 7 and Windows 8 to Windows 10 in the past, Google has a step by step method for creating a bootable USB thumb drive conatianing an image of Chrome OS Flex which can be launched from the USB stick itself or installed onto the laptop or desktop computer you're looking to upgrade.
Updating your current machine to Chrome OS Flex is a relatively simple process which starts with a Google search for 'Google Chrome OS Flex'. Alternately you can contact us to upgrade your machine. The OS is free, we only charge for the time it takes to complete the task. Give us a call today for details on your next upgrade.
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