Chromebooks running Google's ChromeOS generally receive updates longer than laptops running Windows. And that gap is set to extend with a new update as Google tries to decouple the Chrome web browser from ChromeOS.
ChromeOS will soon split Chrome from the operating system, allowing Google to offer updates to the web browser without updating the whole OS. A few years ago, it was found that LaCrOS is Google's initiative to separate the web browser and the operating system for ChromeOS devices, and it looks like the initiative is now moving forward. Google is now implementing LaCrOS (via AboutChromebooks) for the stable version of ChromeOS with the 116 update. You can now install the ChromeOS 116 update on your Galaxy Chromebook laptop.
With the ChromeOS 116 update, Google has removed the ‘LaCrOS Support' flag. Now, the newer flag that enables LaCrOS as the only web browser on the system reportedly enables a splash screen on ChromeOS that says the browser is being updated. After that, there's only one browser on a machine running ChromeOS.
You won't likely notice this significant backend change to ChromeOS. However, it will let them use their Chromebooks and other ChromeOS devices for longer as the web browser can be updated separately and faster than earlier.