Yesterday, Google announced that starting from the release of Chrome 94 in the third quarter of this year, the life cycle of the Chrome browser ... The post Google Shortens Life Cycle Of Chrome Browser And Will Update It More Frequently appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Google says it will speed up how it releases Chrome updates. Starting with Chrome 94 in Q3, 2021, Google will release milestones of its browser every four weeks, instead of every six weeks. This is the first time Google has sped up its Chrome release schedule for more than a decade. “As we have improved our testing and release processes for Chrome, and deployed bi-weekly security updates to improve our patch gap, it became clear that we could shorten our release cycle and deliver new features more quickly,” explains Alex Mineer, a technical program manager at Chrome. IT admins can stick to an eight-week version of Chrome While consumers will see a new version of Chrome every month, IT administrators will be able to opt for a new Extended... Continue reading…
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Partly chalked up to someone applying a plunger to the supply chain blockage The prospect of a return to office-based work as vaccinations increase has done nothing to dampen PC demand, with IDC forecasting double-digit growth for traditional consumer and business computing devices in Q1.…
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If you're willing to ditch traditional laptops to enjoy lower prices, you should consider the HP Chromebook Series 14, which is on sale from Amazon at $49 off.
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Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook 2 has arrived in US stores, offering a more affordable price point – but the same splash of color – as last year’s Galaxy Chromebook flagship. Announced at CES 2021 in January, the newest Chrome OS notebook is the first to pack a QLED screen, with the display technology making the leap from Samsung’s Windows laptops. It’s … Continue reading
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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 | Photo by Becca Farsace / The Verge Samsung’s latest Chrome OS laptop, the Galaxy Chromebook 2, is now available for purchase at Best Buy. The Chromebook 2 was first announced at CES in January and features a new QLED display, 360-degree hinge, and a striking red paint job. It starts at $549.99 for a Celeron model and goes up to $699.99 for a Core i3 version, putting it at the higher end of Chromebooks. That price is the most significant thing about the Chromebook 2 because it’s considerably less than the Galaxy Chromebook that debuted a year ago. The older Chromebook had an 4K OLED screen and came with a stylus — neither of which you’ll fine with the new model — but it also cost just under $1,000 when it came out. In our review, we found despite the gorgeous screen and... Continue reading…
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If you're looking for a cheap laptop, this weekend's Chromebook deals have plenty of great options.
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Google is known not only for its search engine but for myriads of other products as well. And Chrome browser is among the most popular ... The post Google Chrome’s Tab Group Feature Finally Available For Desktop Version appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Google's Nearby Share wirelessly transmits files from one Android device to another, like Apple's AirDrop. Here's how to set up and use it, even on Chromebooks.
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I've been saying for ages now that Google's Chrome OS would become Microsoft's Windows top competitor. I had the timing wrong, but my prediction that "most of us will be moving to cloud-oriented operating systems" is finally coming true. According to IDC's latest PC sales numbers, by 2020's fourth quarter, Chromebooks were outselling Macs by two-to-one.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)
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Although Qualcomm and, to some extent, Rockchip, have long been on some laptops running Windows and Chrome OS, respectively, the arrival of the Apple Silicon M1 showed how the market for ARM-based desktops and laptops is still wide open to competition. There are, however, only a few big names that could probably be a good fit for that kind of … Continue reading
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Automatic updates? 'We have ideas on how to improve this,' says founder Linux Mint founder Clem Lefebvre has complained that too many users are slow to apply updates or run unsupported versions of the operating system.…
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Experience the best of what Google's Chrome OS has to offer with one of these laptops or two-in-ones.
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PartitionAlloc-everywhere support is now rolling out to the Chrome beta channel for Android and Windows.
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New ChromeOS updates make it easier for students and teachers to use Chromebooks for distance learning.
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Chromebooks are inexpensive, flexible laptops that enable users — particularly students — to quickly get to work using their favorite web apps. Given that Google heavily pushes Chromebooks as a tool for students, it’s no surprise that it revealed plans to add a built-in screen recorder — and now we know when it’ll finally be available. Many students are still … Continue reading
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Mountain View sees your kids at home this year, with its devices in their laps The PC industry is expected to release 40 new Chromebook models this year, according to Google. This is almost certainly driven by sky-high demand for the basic computing devices, which are especially popular in classrooms home schooling.…
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According to global shipment readings from the analytics group IDC, the year 2020 made Chrome OS rise as Windows fell. In the year 2019, IDC showed Windows with a total global PC marketshare at 85.4%. In the year 2020, Windows global marketshare rang in at 80.5%, for a year-over-year fall of 4.9%. Chrome OS global marketshare rose by almost that … Continue reading
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Chrome OS's rise in market share has been swift and decisive.
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Google Google has announced that a built-in screen recorder is coming to Chrome OS in March. Google hopes the tool will make it easier for students and teachers to record virtual lessons. “Teachers have long recorded lessons to help students do homework and study for tests, but in the past year it’s become downright critical for virtual learning,” reads Google’s blog post. It looks pretty simple. Once you’ve pressed the appropriate button on your Chromebook, you’ll see a countdown in the center of your screen. While your Chromebook is recording, a red circle will appear on the right side of the shelf. A few other tools for Chromebook learners are in the works as well, and some have already arrived. Chrome OS’s screen reader,... Continue reading…
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