Google Outs Chrome OS 67 to Fix Spectre V2 on ARM Chromebooks, Add New Features
Google has released a new stable version of its Chrome OS operating system for Chromebooks to introduce several new features the company was working on for some time now, as well as to fix critical security issues.
Chrome OS 67.0.3396.78 (platform version: 10575.54.0) is now the new stable version of the Chromebook operating system, and it’s now rolling out for most Chrome OS devices. This release adds several new features worth mentioning, such as split-screen support in Tablet mode, touchable material 2.0 design for tablet Chromebooks, and detachable base swap detection.
Additionally, the Chrome OS 67 release allows for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to be installed as standalone apps, finally extends Chrome’s page zoom functionality to Google Play Apps, adds inline touchable folders in the Launcher, Android Debug Bridge support over USB in the Developer mode, as wel… (read more)