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Ok guys. Many, if not all of you, will know that while I'm pretty ok with most techno-stuff, other things leave me like a rabbit in headlights.
Message just popped up on my screen. "Your Chromebook has updates. Restart for full update. Learn more"
So I clicked 'Learn more' and apparently the update also entails a full powerwash.
"Powerwash for added security
This upgrade resets your Chromebook and removes current user data. "
Wait... whut...?! Hang on... another 'Learn more' link later and...
You can install a firmware update to give your Chromebook stronger security protections.
The update is optional, but you should install the update if:
You’ve set up hardware-backed certificates or verified access. Learn what these are.
You want to keep your Chromebook settings, apps, files and other info as secure as possible.
I have no idea how to go about doing this, what it entails, what I am meant to do, or how to make sure that when chromebook re-starts, everything will be just as it is now...(only, obviously, better, apparently!)
As it's optional, I need do nothing, right? Even if the message persists in popping up...