Google has updated its Chrome OS for Samsung and Acer Chromebooks that launched a while back. The updated version of the operating system adds in some new features that make it look more like Windows and Mac operating systems than it used to. One of the key new features is the ability to have multiple windows and resize the Windows.
The update makes Chrome OS look and work more like normal operating systems most people are used to. The update also tweaks the media player and adds in support for tar, gz, and bzip2 file formats.
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