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The latest new stable release of Chrome OS – version 39.0.2171.85, fact fans – has started rolling out to select devices, but what's new and improved?
Microsoft has announced the next step towards letting you make Skype calls from the browser without needing to install an app or plugin.
I'm going to wager that you've never paid too much attention to the default font used in Chrome OS. But get a good look while you can: it's about to change.
There's a shiny new developer channel release of Chrome OS rolling out, and there are a few interesting changes to look out for.
New look 'folders' are coming to the Chrome app launcher on Windows, Linux and Chrome OS, giving the feature a more pronounced, Material Design look.
A brand new default wallpaper based on Google's Material Design language is gearing up for roll out to all Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices — but you can get it early, if you like.
Using Android L on a modern handset? Got a Chromebook running the latest dev or beta channel release? If so, you may find Chrome OS's new "Easy Unlock" feature waiting for you to try.
Confused as to why your App Launcher is now filled with apps you don't remember installing? Don't panic - it's a new feature.
Vice president of engineering for Android Hiroshi Lockheimer is now heading up the engineering team for Chrome OS.
If you're using a Samsung Chromebook and live in the US you can now access live one-on-one video support from Samsung reps straight from the Chrome desktop.
While the biggest interface change, the experimental and super-minimal 'Athena' UI, isn't available to opt in to, other design experiments are, including an experimental App Launcher.
You can now transfer files from your Android phone or tablet to your Chromebook through USB, thanks to MTP support in the latest stable Chrome OS release.