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.
The latest update to the Google Chrome OS Beta channel, version 35, brings App Launcher folders to the desktop by default. Not that the feature is earth-shatteringly new or unexpected, of course. Support for creating […]
Chrome OS auto-updates make it hard to discover new features as they arrive. We've highlighted a few being tested on the Beta and Dev channels that you can look forward to in the coming months.
Of all of the new features winging their way to Chrome OS in the coming months it's Folder support in the App Launcher that I will find most useful.
Remember that nifty folder feature we told you was winging its way to Chrome's App Launcher? Well, it's landed in the latest builds of Chromium OS, albeit hidden behind a flag.
A future update to the Chrome OS App Launcher will enable users to 'drag and drop' app shortcuts on to another to create an 'app list folder' - in much the same way as on Android.