Nov 262012
 

Ordinary laptop can connect a second screen, and now Chromebook users will also get support of the expansion of this screen. Google is recently marketing its Chromebooks, and the products are mainly manufactured by Samsung and Acer. According to reports of MaximumPC.com, Google brings Chrome OS device with multi-monitor support in a recent developer update.

The update also includes additional improvements and features, such as Google Intelligent Windows Positioning. Google said in a note to explain the function, “If you do not manually move your window, we will always arrange them to show more content.” The update also brings a new version Pepper Flash (sandbox version Adobe Flash Player).

The software update can only be obtained in the Chrome OS development channel, it seems Google will bring official update for the Chromebook and Chromebox users in the near future.

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