If you own a Chromebook with a touch screen, you'll be happy to learn that Google's engineers are working on an all-new power menu similar to the one of the Android mobile operating system, allowing you to either sign out of Chrome OS or power off the device after long pressing the physical power button. As far the functionality goes, the all-new power menu allows Chromebook users to either sign out of the Linux-powered Chrome OS operating system or power off the device. The power menu is currently available for public testing via the Chrome Canary experimental channel.
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