Google Has Revamped Chrome OS into Windows 8

Google Has Revamped Chrome OS into Windows 8

Google has revamped a new version of Chrome Windows users that offers a new feature of OS and giving a major revamp to the UI of the browser's Windows 8 mode. Also added a noisy tab-tracking feature that allows users to quickly locate or scan tabs that are playing unwanted audio and automatically streamed videos.

The Chrome has included a number of advancements but there is one great feature for PC users is Chrome OS on Windows 8. A new looks for Windows 8 'Metro' version, is the touch based effort by Microsoft, it runs as an app for the touch centric Windows 8 start screen. The Metro version change Chrome for Windows 8 into Chrome OS, it is now proposing a way to get a Chrome OS PC for free, just download the latest Chrome on Windows 8. The search giant has officially updated the default styling of the modern user interface (UI) elements of Chrome on Windows 8, like scroll bars and form controls so that they blend in better to match the new Chrome Metro interface and Windows 8 look.

Google has also created its own version of desktop Snap inside Chrome OS for Windows 8, which is arranged to use a snap to the left or right of the screen. You just have to take your finger to the screen and swipe from the left side into the screen.

It has also come with a new anti-malware or malware blocker feature that will not allow running known malicious files and block downloads of files that it considers malicious.
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