Chrome OS 69 Will Finally Bring Linux Apps to Chromebooks, Night Light Support

Chrome OS is Google’s Linux-based operating system for Chromebook devices, and the tech giant is currently testing support for installing and running Linux apps on Chrome OS, a feature that will be introduced to the masses with the next stable release of the operating system, Chrome OS 69, though it’ll still be available in a beta form. However, support for Linux apps will be available to a limited number of Chromebooks, which grows every month as Google is finalizing the new feature. After updating to Chrome OS 69, Chromebook users with a supported device will be able to activate the new Linux (Beta) feature in Settings. Then, they can install Linux apps on their Chromebooks, which can take several minutes.