Linux apps on Chrome OS entrance to 18 some-more Chromebooks – The …
June 29, 2018 - chromebook
Eighteen some-more Chromebooks are removing support for Linux apps on Chrome OS, with laptops formed in Intel’s Apollo Lake design now means to run a applications, around XDA Developers.
That list includes computers from Lenovo (Thinkpad 11e Chromebook), Acer (Chromebook Spin 11 and Chromebook 15), Asus (Chromebook Flip), and Dell (Dell Chromebook 11) — check a full list during XDA’s site to see if your appurtenance is included.
Previously, Linux apps worked on a Google Pixelbook and Samsung Chromebook Plus, though support for a Apollo Lake machines should open it adult to a most wider operation of users — and some-more importantly, to a most wider operation of laptop cost points.
The refurbish is still in a works, so Canary and Developer channel users will see a combined support first, with business on a main, final Chrome OS bend not set to get a refurbish until a subsequent chronicle of Chrome (Chrome 69) rolls out after this year.
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