Google celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Chromebook by bringing a number of new features to its ChromeOS operating system. The features that are presented are arguably very worthy to be tried by ChromeOS users.
The first feature presented is the Phone Hub, where users can now manage several functions on their smartphones, starting from opening hotspots, activating silence mode, and finding smartphone locations directly from the Chromebook.
Then there is the Screen Capture feature that allows users to do screen recording without third-party applications. Then Google also brings Media Controls into the Quick Settings menu so that users can manage the media being played.
#Chromebook turns 10! We’re launching new features and looking back at the past decade of Chromebook → https://t.co/Bi2NDlYZdQ #Chromebook10 pic.twitter.com/i2i3y5cw07
— Google (@Google) March 9, 2021
“Chromebook turns 10! We’re launching new features and looking back at the past decade of Chromebook,” wrote Google in a post on its official Twitter.
Google also presents several other small features such as changing the icon which now appears more rounded to an improvisation of the clipboard which can give the last 5 texts or images copied.
Surely this is something that makes Chrome OS users very happy. Because presently, the number of Chrome OS users itself has also greatly increased due to the coronavirus pandemic.