Google’s Chrome OS 78 gives Chromebooks virtual desktops, click-to-call, and longer support spans

Google’s making Chromebooks look a bit more like Windows machines, while increasing their value.

Google quietly made Chromebooks a substantially better value this week by adding virtual desktops and click-to-call capabilities to Chrome OS, and extending the support lifespan of existing Chromebooks by about a year.

Google announced Tuesday that it’s begun pushing Chrome OS 78 to Chromebooks, The updated OS includes three new key features: virtual desktops, called Virtual Desks; click-to-call connections to Android phones, and simpler connections to printers.

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