How to run Windows on Chromebook hardware
Chromebooks are all over the news these days, could be partly because of the nature of business of its parent. The fact that Librem did not quite garner close to such impressions. Chromebook is an interesting and promising approach to personal and enterprise computing however may need some more value.
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In this article we hope to share some flexibility of making the most out of your Chromebook hardware with a Windows operating system. To begin, you would need;
- A working Chromebook (for safety plug into power)
- A working mouse 🖱 hardware
- A screwdriver (only if you need it to remove a write protect screw)
- Bootable Windows OS Thumb drive.
- Extra Thumb drive if you would like a Chromebook OS backup.
Lets get started.
By default, the BIOS of Chromebook is locked by a write-protect screw/switch to prevent any accidental modification of the BIOS at which may render a Chromebook unusable. (at this point, you continue at your own risk) Removing the screw may void your warranty. Only proceed if you accept full responsibility.
On successfully removing the screw, cover things up to avoid any accident to your Chromebook.