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Chrome OS 76 stable version released with user-interface, improved app sign-in, redesigned camera

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Chrome OS 76 stable version released with user-interface, improved app sign-in, redesigned camera

Google has launched Chrome OS 76 stable version for the most devices running Chrome OS. After rolling out to Android, Mac, Linux and Windows, version 76 has significant chanes to the operating system across the board.

One of the main features of Chrome OS is that it blocks Flash by default in the Chrome Browser. The company also added new Media Controls, Automatics Clicks and redesigned the camera app.

Most of the changes will be readly noticed by users right off the bat. Google has shared two of the new features.

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Media Controls: A click on your system menu now shows media playback controls in addition to notification and system setting shortcuts. A Play/pause and forward button are available in this menu, along with the name of the app and the file. Google has also slightly redisigned the camera app on CHrome OS 76.

Automatic Clicks: A accessibility setting lets you hover or a button or icon in Chrome OS and after few seconds, the item will be automatically slicked for you.

Google says that in addition to a left click (you can now right-click, double click and click and drag) and that this feature works with a trackpad, external mouse and head tracking devices.

New upate also fix the Icognito Mode in Chrome to ensure that browser can not detect private Mode. A setting sports an always present navigation drawer. Chrome OS 76 brings improved to tis browsers by allowing websites to automatically enlable dark mode.

It brings users to easily install Progressive Web Apps with a shortcuts in the Omnibox.

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