Posted March 05, 2020 10:08:10I’m not really sure how much longer I can keep this blog open.
I’ll try and update it occasionally with news from my work, but I have a new job, and I’ll probably stop blogging for a while.
This means I won’t be able to keep up with all the news I’m covering.
But I’m hoping that one day I’ll be able do a full-on post-mortem on Chrome OS and Chrome for Linux, and how it could be improved for the Linux community.
It will take some time, but it’s something I’m very excited about.
If you’d like to help out, here’s how to open up a website with Chrome OS:1.
Open a web page in ChromeOS.2.
In the left-side menu, click Chrome OS > Preferences.3.
From the menu that pops up, click the “More” button.4.
Click “Manage Web Browser” and then “Open with…”.5.
Now you’ll be asked to choose the operating system you want to use.
I chose ChromeOS for my desktop computer, so I selected Chrome OS.6.
The page will open in a new tab.
You can click to close it, or click the Back button and start over.
If there’s anything you’d prefer to see more of, please let me know in the comments below.