Google Chrome OS is heading for a four-week release schedule in Q4

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Google has finally announced that like Chrome browser, the Chrome OS will also move to a four-week release schedule starting in the fourth quarter this year.

The announcement comes a few months after Google decided to put Chrome on a faster update trajectory with new milestone releases every four weeks instead of six.

The changes to the Chrome browser will kick in with the release of Chrome 94 in Q3 2021. In a blog post, Chrome OS release TPM lead Marina Kazatcker said that in order to sync the accelerated schedules of Chrome OS with Chrome, the default OS on the Chromebooks will forgo its M95 release.

“To deliver new features more rapidly to consumers while also continuing to prioritize the key pillars of Chrome OS—security, stability, speed, and simplicity—Chrome OS will move to a four-week stable channel starting with M96 in Q4,” announced Kazatcker.

From Kazatcker’s post, it appears the change in the schedule has been done in view of the increased pace of security incidents. Cutting down the delivery of updates by two weeks will help Google push security updates earlier than before.

“As we head into our next decade, these changes enable us to evolve Chrome OS to keep helping people get things done and to provide more helpful and secure experiences,” wrote Kazatcker.

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