Google unveils updated Chrome OS 72 with external storage feature and PiP mode. With Chrome OS 72, Google has upgraded the Chrome program for touchscreen devices in tablet mode and included application alternate routes for Android applications that are currently accessible in the launcher, the organization wrote in a blog post on Saturday.
The blog post reads, “Users can find an app shortcut by long pressing or right-clicking on an Android app. Within the screen reader, we have added a setting in the ChromeVox options page that would read anything under the mouse cursor.”
The update likewise includes a page about touch- gestures in Chrome’s built-in screen reader- ChromeVox – tutorial. Furthermore, Chrome 72 would permit files spared through Backup and Sync on Google Drive to be accessible in the Files application under the My Drive/Computers menu option.
Systems s would get the updates throughout the following a few days, the post noted. Further, the updated Chrome working system additionally brings strategies for overseeing print work properties for local printing including basic/duplex printing and colour/B&W printing.
Among the security enhancements, the system director for Chrome OS, has now been placed in a sandbox and never again keeps running as the root user on the system. The precise form number of the new Chrome OS release is 72.0.3626.97 (Platform version: 11316.123.0, 11316.123.1) and as we referenced before, it will be released to all Chrome OS devices throughout the following a few days.