Google has finally released the Chrome OS 119 update for Chromebooks, and some Samsung computers running Chrome OS 119 can benefit from its new features.
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Finally, Chrome OS 119 update is being rolled out, bringing new enhancements to Samsung and other Chromebook users. This update makes playing Steam games on Chromebooks considerably more accessible and hassle-free. If you’re considering getting a new Chromebook during Black Friday deals, you now have an additional reason to do so.
With the implementation of the stable Chrome OS 119 update, Chromebook users can now enjoy Steam games directly from their app drawer. Unlike in the past, where a compatible Chromebook and enabling a hidden option (Flag) were required to access this feature, Chrome OS 119 update has eliminated this requirement.
This is everything included in Chrome OS 119
In addition to allowing Steam games on Chromebook, the update brings other notable improvements, including:
- New Steam Icon: After installing Chrome OS 119, users will see a new Steam icon in their app drawer, providing quick access to the full app installer. This strategic decision is wise, as not all users want to play Steam games on their Chromebooks.
- Privacy Center Improvements: The update also introduces improvements to the Privacy Center, allowing users to enable and disable the camera and microphone directly from the hub.
- Google Drive File Sync: Chromebook Plus users have the option to enable the new Google Drive file sync feature, even when they are not connected to the internet.
If you haven’t received the update yet, it’s advisable to check the settings to determine if there’s a new update available. Feel free to install it to enjoy the new features and improvements that come with this exciting update.
As mentioned earlier, perhaps this is a good opportunity to opt for the Samsung Chromebook 4 in the Galaxy Shop.
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