Google’s Auto Update Expiration (AUE) approach is something of a debate among enthusiasts of the organization’s tech. More or less, it implies its items, for example, cell phones and Chromebooks will just get updates for a specific timeframe. From that point forward, they won’t get the most recent security or highlight improvements. The AUE can be a significant thought for purchasers, who could wind up with a model whose life expectancy is going to run out – yet Google has now given an unexpected relief for a lot of Lenovo gadgets.
The organization has promised to help various models through to June 2025, as opposed to the standard 6.5 years that starts when Google has wrapped up a model’s base equipment structure. The current arrangement implies a fresh out of the box new Chromebook could well have fundamentally under 6.5 long periods of support, yet the Lenovo update presently certifications up to an additional three years. The full rundown of gadgets with broadened AUE dates:
- Flex 11 Chromebook
- 100e Chromebook 2nd Gen MTK
- N23 Yoga Chromebook
- 300e Chromebook
- 300e Chromebook 2nd Gen MTK
- Ideapad S330 Chromebook
- Ideapad C330 Chromebook
- Poin2 Chromebook 14
With huge numbers of Google’s gadgets costing several dollars, it’s not preposterous to expect a more drawn out support cycle, particularly since numerous models are ground-breaking enough to withstand a long time of solid use should they be kept updated. Could this move be characteristic of Google’s adjustment in mentality towards its AUE approach?
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