Happy Birthday Happy birthday, Chrome OS! Ara Wagoner 9 Mar 2021 3 Source: Google What you need to know Chrome OS is now 10 years old and sporting a significant section of the desktop ecosystem. 1 in 10 new computers bought today run Chrome OS, and the number doubles in the United States to 1 in 5. Chrome OS 89 is also packing plenty of new goodies from the long-awaited Phone Hub to Nearby Share support and native screen recording. Whether you’ve been rocking a Chromebook from the CR-48 days or just picked up a great Chromebook last week, there’s never been a better time to be a Chrome OS user, and the Chromebook club seems to be growing every day as Google announced on Chrome OS’s 10th birthday that Chromebook now make up 10% of new desktop-class computer purchases globally — and 20% in the United States. Between Chromebooks now having 8-9 years of updates from launch to support for Linux, Android, and even Windows support via Parallels, it’s little surprise that Enterprise Chromebooks saw 60% growth year-over-year during last year’s pandemic when businesses were scrambling to go remote, and whether you’re using Chromebooks for work, play, or both,… Read full this story
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