Google introduced the release of the Chrome OS 75 operating system, based on the Linux kernel, the upstart system manager, ebuild / portage assembly tools, open components and the Chrome 75 web browser. The Chrome OS user environment is limited to a web browser. apps, however, Chrome OS includes a full multi-window interface, desktop and taskbar. Chrome OS 75 build is available for most current Chromebooks. Enthusiasts have formed informal assemblies for ordinary computers with x86, x86_64, and ARM processors. The source code is distributed under the free Apache 2.0 license.
These are some of the features:
- Feature to let parents grant more time to their kids on Chrome OS devices
- Enabling kid friendly Assistant for child accounts
- Linux (Beta) can now access Android devices over USB
- Files app support for 3rd party file provider apps implementing Android DocumentsProvider APIs
- Add support for PIN code with native printers for managed devices
Get more info at official blog.