Tag: ChromeOS

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Google brings the Android stack to ChromeOS

Google brings the Android stack to ChromeOS

Google is integrating ChromeOS with the Android stack to make AI features available faster for Chromebooks and others. The company also wants to use this to improve the interoperability of devices running Google software. This includes using the Android Linux kernel and Android frameworks as fou... Read more

date22 hours ago
Chromebook Plus gets AI writing help and Gemini app

Chromebook Plus gets AI writing help and Gemini app

Google is beefing up its Chromebook Plus line with a host of new AI features. Chromebook Plus was introduced last October as a premium, AI-powered line of (otherwise fairly inexpensive) Chromebooks. ChromeOS debuted on the Plus line with AI features to eliminate noise in the webcam image, but it... Read more

date17 days ago
From now on, use Microsoft 365 apps directly on Chromebook

From now on, use Microsoft 365 apps directly on Chromebook

Chromebook users can now use Microsoft 365 apps on their devices without having to open the browser without any problems. Google has enabled direct access through the Chromebook Files App. This feature, announced for ChromeOS last year, is now widely available. The goal is to make it easier for ... Read more

date2 months ago
Google crams AI into ChromeOS and introduces Chromebook Plus

Google crams AI into ChromeOS and introduces Chromebook Plus

With a new series of more powerful Chromebooks, Google is entering a higher segment than the product line has aimed for in the past. Each Chromebook Plus will have at least an Intel i3 or Ryzen 7000 series, 8GB of RAM, a minimum of 128GB of storage and a 1080p IPS display and webcam of the same res... Read more

date9 months ago
What’s new in ChromeOS 116?

What’s new in ChromeOS 116?

ChromeOS will be rolled out to operating system users in the coming days. Faster search, AI reading assistance and improved Autocorrect are among the new features. It should also make it easier for newcomers to get started with Google's OS. Those using ChromeOS will most likely use more products... Read more

date10 months ago
ChromeOS takes cues from Android design in version 117

ChromeOS takes cues from Android design in version 117

ChromeOS is increasingly getting a more modern look and feel, according to the latest information about the operating system's design. The new design should become available in version 117 of the operating system. According to tech website 9to5google , ChromeOS is increasingly getting a modern ... Read more

date10 months ago
ChromeOS detaches from Chrome web browser

ChromeOS detaches from Chrome web browser

Google appears soon to detach the Chrome web browser from the ChromeOS operating system. The feature could be the default as of ChromeOS 116. Chromebook users will not notice much of the changes, only that they will get more regular updates to the Chrome web browser. The website specialising in... Read more

date11 months ago
New ChromeOS security features include privacy for camera and mic

New ChromeOS security features include privacy for camera and mic

Privacy enhancements aimed at further enticing enterprise customers to use Google's operating system. This week Google unveiled a suite of new cybersecurity features that aim to make the tech giant's OS offering more attractive to business client admins. Featuring among these new offerings is an... Read more

date1 year ago
Google unveils new ChromeOS security controls

Google unveils new ChromeOS security controls

The new features are designed to conform with the latest US federal guidelines for cybersecurity. This week Google introduced a new set of cybersecurity features for ChromeOS designed specifically to help businesses secure their critical data. ChromeOS is an operating system uses the Chrome b... Read more

date1 year ago
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