Google's Chrome OS has come a long, long way in just a few short years — but is it as good as it can be?
Aura has been re-enabled by default on the latest Google Chrome development release for Linux.
Google's new Aura graphical stack and notification centre have arrived on Linux in the latest update to the Chrome developer channel.
Even though Google has been bringing features, performance and technology updates to Chrome regularly, the interface hasn't seen much change since the first version of Chrome.
The ChromeOS beta channel has pushed out a significant update for anyone still using the 'CR-48' Chromebook - the new Aura interface! Google's freebit device also gets updated with the new open-source touchpad driver, which, in theory, promises better behaviour and responsiveness.