Google’s new OS version 64 is launching its new Tablet focused Chromebooks. Google has been working on merging the Android and Chrome OS for quite a while.
The upgrade in this version has a new feature, splitting of the screen. This feature is for users who do multitasking in Tablet mode. This will help them to do different activities simultaneously. They have screenshot feature as well. The company is working on low-income product and hybrid 2 in 1 tablets make it as a more efficient Chromebook. These changes in the upgraded version had made it more likely to replace the Android in Tablets. It is likely to be the hybrid OS for all kinds of Google-powered screen.
Last year, Google allowed Android apps to work in the background of the Chromebooks. It has also been focusing on Touch-focus redesigning. This is to make the software more reliable and efficient in tablet mode.
Google is working on merging both the Android and Chrome OS. This would be a blend of mobile, tablet, PC OS in a hardware. As Android is more dominant in mobile as OS, Chrome OS is being more accepted as a tablet OS. This is due to Android not being too efficient on tablets as they are not flexible on all kinds of computing format and doesn’t have much support in stylus support.
They have improved the lock screen performance feature and has enabled the feature of VPN in Google Play Store. Touchscreen pairing setting is also another feature that is added. Google has also made changes and fixed the security issues. Google said “Access to bug details and links may be kept restricted until a majority of users are updated with a fix. We will also retain restrictions if the bug exists in a third party library that other projects similarly depend on, but haven’t yet fixed.”