Chrome OS receives major update

Google has released a new version of Chrome OS 76. The update adds many useful features, some of

which will be very familiar to Linux and Mac OS users.

What's new

Chrome OS now supports virtual desktopstables (Virtual Desks). With this feature, the user will be able to switch between four desktops with different windows open. A similar feature has long been available in Linux, Mac OS and Windows 10. In Chrome OS it can be activated using the “New Desk” button in the upper right corner of the screen.


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The developers also added voice to the systemGoogle Assistant. As usual, you can access it with the phrase “Hey Google” or simply by clicking on the corresponding shortcut. Working with multimedia has been significantly simplified. And in case the user is unable to press the keys, an automatic keypress function is provided. Finally, Google has improved account management and added notes about the version of Chrome OS you are using. The latter will help users understand all the innovations more clearly, without delving into the changelog for developers.