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Chrome OS: more details on virtual workstations, including availability date

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Google will give Chrome OS a major innovation that has long been a standard in other desktop operating systems. Users will be able to create virtual workplaces. Mac users, in particular, have known about this feature for several years and I really liked it. This innovation will be introduced according to the latest findings with Chrome OS 76, which will likely be in July. […]

Google will give Chrome OS a major innovation that has long been a standard in other desktop operating systems. Users will be able to create virtual workplaces. Mac users, in particular, have known about this feature for several years and I really liked it. Based on the latest findings, this innovation will be introduced with Chrome OS 76, which will likely be the case in July 2019.

Google announces virtual workstations for Chrome OS

Google has now first talked about virtual workstations on Google I / O (8:15 on the video), but earlier this innovation had appeared more frequently on Chrome OS. Along with it, this innovation was mentioned and the version of the operating system that will have this function on board was named.

In another video, Chrome Unboxed shows us the innovation again in an early test version, but it already seems relatively finished. Virtual workstations can now be used in the Canal de Canarias. Another step to optimize your own Chrome OS for professional users.