New Chrome OS 103 features are available in the Stable Channel. After you upgrade your Chromebook, here’s what you get.
Google is working on a welcome update for Chrome OS virtual desks that will reduce clutter when closing a workspace on your Chromebook.
The Chrome OS 98 Stable Channel software update is here. What’s inside? Virtual Desk shortcuts, new emojis and a printer fix, to name a few.
There’s a new flag in Chrome OS 97 to enable virtual desk templates on a Chromebook. This allows you save a virtual workspace with apps and tabs, so you can later restore the space.
Virtual Desks on Chromebooks are about to get a big improvement. With Chrome OS 89, you’ll have the option of restoring your previously open windows in the workspaces they were in. Here’s how it works and what it looks like.
I figure most Chromebook users are happy with up to four virtual desks to boost productivity. Google figures I might be wrong. Code is in the works to add eight, or potentially sixteen virtual workspaces to Chromebooks.
Did you know that there are roughly 100 Chrome OS keyboard shortcuts to save you time? Here’s how to view keyboard shortcuts on a Chromebook.
After announcing that Chrome OS 82 would skip Chromebooks for version 83, Google has now adjusted dates for both the Chrome OS 81 and 83 release dates. We’re looking at 2 to 3 week delays as a result.
Since Virtual Desks arrived on Chromebooks in Chrome OS 78, the Alt-Tab shortcut has moved between active apps on all desks. A new change, intended for Chrome OS 81, brings the option to use Alt-Tab on a single virtual desk workspace.
Google is touting a pair of new features found in Chrome OS 79 which arrives today as a Stable Channel update. There’s more behind the scenes though, so here’s what you need to know when upgrading your Chromebook software.
Chrome OS 78 brought Virtual Desktops to Chromebooks but left out a key gesture for quickly switching between workspaces using a trackpad swipe. Here’s how to add it, along with an upcoming change to make it better.