When the Aura UI brought up its first rather ugly head back in November it was very unclear that what the company is running in the project. Now, although the hardware fastens window manager and desktop has full-fledged at least a bit and is being showed off to owners of Acer and Samsung Chromebooks running on to the dev channels. Now, it’s much clear that Google is preparing to take on the desktop OS market on more proverbial ground. The updated UI encloses a taskbar, a Launchpad-like launcher and individual overlapping windows, while hardware acceleration allows for those new components to feature slick animations. Furthermore the Chrome OS 19 includes support for a few new file types, including .gz and .tar, as well as a slightly updated media player. The only unfortunate thing that seems is that Cr-48 owners are left out in the cold. Go through the screenshot provided below to make your vision much clear.
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