Chromebook Pixel users need to disable a flag to install Linux from now on
The latest incremental Chrome OS 91 update caused quite some woes, with far too many people reporting that their Chromebooks were locked up due to extremely high CPU usage. Google had to pull the update, causing more problems in the process, but it looks like now, it’s finally solved the underlying issues. The incremental update is rolling out again, and everyone is happy — except for Chromebook Pixel users.
Google’s latest Chromebook update is safe to install again, leaving the Chromebook Pixel stranded was written by the awesome team at Android Police.