What I will do because of the biggest news of the month, Google seems to have worked on a feature that is calling "virtual desktops" for Chrome OS. Based on a video that was published together with the Chromium Gerrit commitment, this feature is a computer desktop efficiently for Chromebooks, which previously stated that the company was working. (YAY!)

OHMYGODLOOKATTHATI & # 39; MSOEXCITED.

A lot, so the video accompanying the commitment does not really show us, but it seems we'll get the top of the shelf with the ability to create a new desktop, and it's likely to come up with windows. Mix in a good, intuitive way to switch between a virtual desktop, and you'll be able to get on a small screen just as much as you can on a MacBook or Windows laptop.

According to the commitment report, there will be screenshots of your various virtual documents on the shelf, as Windows and OSX similar features. It seems that a mouse / travel sign for switching between the desktop is in line with it.

Sadly, there is no date or pre-registration release in relation to a milestone associated with the commitment, so this feature could be far off. However, as a person who has a great deal relying on virtual documents to better manage complex workflows on a small screen ̵

1; and that's not just that of Chrome OS now – it was not possible to be

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