Most people don’t want a Pixel Slate to use a more touch-based version of Chrome OS. Google has announced an update and named it “Version 70”. This new update brings the interface changes in Slate to all touch-screen Chrome OS PCs and tablets. You will also find a more finger-friendly app shelf with contextual menus. It is an overhauled control panel with faster access to common features. The new update includes a unified notifications feed and a launcher that shows recent sites. People will also experience a Gboard-based on-screen keyboard with an option.
This option will enable you to float a small keyboard whether type with one thumb. There are some valuable under-the-hood changes, too. Chrome OS now has native support for SMB file sharing. It would behave much more efficiently around networked storage. Users will also find playback for the brand new AV1 video format on Intel-based machines. It will enable users to decide when Chrome Extensions are allowed to run. If you are dedicatedly security-conscious, you’ll be happy to hear that Chrome OS now warns you when you enter personal data on non-HTTPS websites.