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Linux apps on Chrome OS: An easy-to-follow guide

September 10, 2020

Google’s Chrome OS platform sure isn’t what it used to be.

The software that started out as a strictly web-centric entity — with everything revolving around the Chrome browser and apps that could operate inside it — has evolved into one of modern computing’s most versatile operating systems. Contemporary Chromebooks still run all the standard web-based stuff, of course, but they’re also capable of connecting to Google’s entire Play Store and running almost any Android app imaginable. On the enterprise front, some Chromebooks will soon be able to support Windows apps. And if all of that isn’t enough, many models now have the ability to run Linux apps as well.

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