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The tech giant announced it would bring Linux compatibility to the platform at its I/O developer conference in May, but has now taken the feature out of beta and into the stable release of its Chromebook OS.
Subject to a few hardware requirements, users of the Chrome ecosystem will now be able to run Linux-based tools in the terminal window, a key feature for developers who want to use their Chromebooks to develop apps and services.
The update also brings ease-of-use features such as fast access to emojis, a blue-light filter and improved text-to-speech settings, as well as visual changes to the Chrome browser. Full details of the release can be found in this blog post from the Chrome team.
Via The Verge