As the much anticipated addition of the Google Play Store to Chromebooks nears, the ever-evolving development of our beloved operating system continues.MORE
CES has come and gone and the world of Chrome OS is still buzzing over the release of the Samsung Chromebooks Plus and Pro. Samsung’s newest creation, collaborated by Google, is being advertised with the Google Play Store out of the box. While on the show floor we did confirm that the Chromebook plus was running Android apps on the Stable channel, Chrome OS 55.MORE
With Chrome OS 55 hitting all channels in the last week, it is time to start looking ahead to the release of Chrome OS 56.
And this one looks to be an interesting one, indeed.MORE
In a move that has been long overdue, the latest version of Chrome OS Canary has added some new printing options. Last week, the Chromium open-source project graduated the Canary channel to version 57 as developers begin work on the newest enhancements to Google’s operating system.
Until recently, printing options for Chromebooks and Chrome OS devices were very limited. Google Cloud Print was the only viable option and required a cloud-ready printer. Even then, depending on the manufacturer, navigating and using a printer could be a thorough pain.MORE