Google Chrome OS is Officially Leaving Beta For Linux

After three years of continuous support, Chrome OS finally leaves Linux Apps with the Beta feature. In addition, the next version of Chrome OS will hit a more stable channel within a few weeks.

While Chrome OS has always been Linux-based, the Linux development environment has made it possible for developers to use a Linux Terminal for running command-line tools. As a result, various updates to the Linux features in Chrome OS, including a new terminal app, a faster updating mechanism, and improved support for USB users, are being made by the end of the Beta app.

Additional updates include launching Android 11 on more machinery and improving Android apps with a new dark subject.

Both announcements were published immediately after Microsoft's announcement of Linux GUI interface support in Windows 10. Google has been working tirelessly since then to make sure that it is not left behind.

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