Chromebooks’ user experience is automatically getting better over time. For instance, “with this week’s latest stable release of Chrome OS, users may notice their Chromebooks now resume even more quickly – 32% faster in most cases. Those like watching movies and TV shows, also now have Netflix at their disposal. If you’d rather enjoy a good read, you’ll be able to fire up the Amazon’s new Kindle Cloud Reader app, read your favorite books and even take them offline when you’re not connected. If you need to print, you can give trees a break and use the Print to Docs feature with Google Cloud Print instead,” revealed Alberto Martin, Technical Program Manager.
For businesses and schools also a host of new features launching this week. “If you use Citrix in your organization, you can now install the Citrix Receiver Tech Preview app from the Chrome Web Store to access desktop software such as Adobe Photoshop directly from your Chromebook. In addition, this latest release brings VPN and secure Wi-Fi support (802.1X),” noted Martin.
Along with these new features, the recent update delivers many bug fixes and improvements under the hood. Chromebook users should automatically get this release this week.
[Source: Chrome blog]