Google has laid down the plans for its upcoming Chrome web browser and Chrome OS operating system for Chromebooks, version 69, which will introduce lots of exciting new features and improvements.
Chrome OS is Google’s Linux-based operating system for Chromebook devices, and the tech giant is currently testing support for installing and running Linux apps on Chrome OS, a feature that will be introduced to the masses with the next stable release of the operating system, Chrome OS 69, though it’ll still be available in a beta form.
“Linux (Beta) for Chromebooks allows developers to use editors and command-line tools by adding support for Linux on a Chrome device,” said Google in the release notes. “After developers complete the set up, they’ll see a terminal in the Chrome launcher. Developers can use the terminal to install apps or packages, and the apps will be securely sandboxed inside a virtual … (read more)