Google just announced a new update to the stable channel of Chrome OS that brings along with it some new features. The update brings Chrome OS up to version 34.0.1847.118 for all Chrome OS devices. Here is a list of changes and features that the update brings, this is straight from Google:
- Side dock which allows users to dock small windows and panels to screen edges. Windows are all automatically managed in this mode.
- Turned Google Drive offline backup on by default after first login.
- Sticky keys, which allows you to perform keyboard shortcuts / mouse+keyboard gestures by pressing the keys in sequence instead of simultaneously.
- Onscreen keyboard which allows you to type and use device features (top row) with a pointing device.
The update will be rolling out over the next few days but we’ve already got it on one of our devices so you might see it today.
Source | Google
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