This week on The Chrome Cast, we’re all over the place. From a slew of new features coming in Chrome OS 82 (there are many) to the extension of the Google Chromebook Auto Update Policy possibly on the way for many more devices to a possible Chromecast Ultra with controller support, there was a ton to talk about this week.
With everyone’s anxiety on the rise, we chose to focus on the future and new developments as a change to the news narrative we all seem to find ourselves in presently. It’s been an odd week for everyone, so we hope this week’s episode can be a bit of a detachment as we dream about future things together.
- Older Chromebooks are starting to get Google’s new 8-year Auto Update Policy
- Google may be launching an Android TV-powered Chromecast Ultra with a Remote
- Chrome OS 80 makes graphic intensive Linux apps so much better
- This upcoming feature for Chromebooks will make app removal much more seamless
- Oh, Glorious Day. Chromebooks are getting Print and Scan management
- Here’s a first look at the redesigned next-gen Files app for Chrome OS
- Chromebooks getting a full refresh to the out of box experience
- The Linux terminal is getting a major overhaul and new features in Chrome OS 82