The Verge ----- Google has slowly been changing Chrome OS to make it work better with touchscreens. And a new video, first spotted by Engadget, shows that some much bigger changes are in the works. The video shows off a redesigned desktop for Chrome OS that introduces an Android-like app drawer and search bar. The new elements sit on top of the traditional task bar, so using a Chromebook with trackpad and keyboard won’t change. But if you’re using a touchscreen, you’ll be able to tap right into a Google search box or swipe up to access a grid displaying all of your apps. Five “suggested apps” will also appear in a dock, making them even quicker to launch. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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