Chrome OS update simplifies installing Linux applications

A recent Chrome OS update has made the installation of Linux applications as simple as most of the popular distributions.

Chrome OS is based on the Linux kernel and it’s been possible to install applications designed for the latter for some time using tools like Crouton.

However, installing Linux apps on Chrome OS has never been friendly to beginners and required users to be in …
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