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  • And much more...

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We want to make sure your Chromebook will be compatible for use in the Codo experience. This will determine whether your Chromebook can install a version of Minecraft we use for the camp!

Step 1:

You will have to install this Chrome extension. In your Google Chrome browser, open this link extension.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/cog-system-info-viewer/difcjdggkffcfgcfconafogflmmaadco?hl=en


This Chrome extension allows you to quickly access your system information.

Step 2:

Once installed, the app will launch and look like this:

COG System Info Viewer

This test shows their Chromebook has both the x86 architecture and Chrome version higher than 69.0.

If your Architecture starts with x86 and your Chrome version is higher than 69.0 then you are good to go!

If your Architecture starts with arm followed by some other letters and numbers, or if your Chrome is lower than 69.0 means your Chromebook won't be able to install Minecraft.

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