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Well,give it a try! if it wouldn't work then i think replacing the Chrome OS with Linux would work.
(or using Emulator if there's one )
the thing is, editing or hacking the YSFlight.exe is forbidden.
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1. ChromeOS is Linux.
2. There are no Linux exes XD
In answer to the original question not without removing ChromeOS or getting it to run as an Android app
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But then again, this doesn't exactly answer your question. It really ends up being how much $ you're willing to spend on a high-powered Windows system to get out of the gross ChromeOS. I personally own a Shadow that I use when I'm traveling and even used it as my main 'desktop' for quite some time.
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