Google has released today the Chrome OS 78 operating system for Chromebooks, a release that will arrive to users over the next several days and which brings several exciting new features, such as the Virtual Desks functionality we reported the other day, allowing Chromebook users to be more productive. Linux support in Chrome OS is getting better with each new release, and Chrome OS 78 promises support for saving and restoring backups of your Linux files and apps locally, on external storage, or in the cloud on your Google Drive account, GPU support enabled by default for a "crisp, lower-latency experience," and IME/VK warning for the tablet mode.
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