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Chromebooks are about to alter in a large manner

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Past the Alphabet is a weekly column that focuses on the tech world each inside and outside of the confines of Mountain View.

We’re long-removed from the times when Chromebooks have been principally nothing extra than simply Chrome on a laptop computer. Whereas there are nonetheless some limitations when in comparison with Home windows or macOS, Google’s ChromeOS improvement continues to be relatively spectacular. Nonetheless, Google is gearing as much as convey in regards to the largest change to the platform since its inception.

For the previous few years, we have heard and seen mentions of “Lacros,” which stands for “Linux And ChRome OS.” Basically, it is simply the identical Chrome browser that you’d use on every other desktop OS. In that vein, Google is engaged on de-coupling Chrome, the browser, from ChromeOS, the working system.

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