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Bert Jan 15
Honestly my would be the perfect podcast tool if it allowed for an audio editing software like .
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Justin Niessner 16h
Any users out there on the dev channel seeing funky line-spacing issues when running the Linux Terminal? I have a feeling that it's what's throwing off my ability to resize the window without the bottom lines getting cut off.
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Thomas Leemon Jan 14
Does anyone have experience with Linux and Ubuntu and installing into on a Chromebook? I downloaded the crouton I need, but every time I try to run the code, the terminal says that it can't reach my downloads folder.
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Brandon Lall Jan 14
Interesting approach to allow APT search and installs through the Chrome OS launcher. At the moment, Linux apps on Chrome OS are more of a power-user/dev feature, and this feature seems targeted toward those users.
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Nick smith 16h
January Security Patch released on Beta Channel.
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Erwin Blankers Jan 16
Ok, so when is ANYONE going to create a top-notch e-mail client for ? Until that happens, I can not take serious as a replacement for my laptop. (And I HATE Gmail, so don't even go there.) Anyone?
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Justin Niessner 16h
Replying to @madebygoogle
Oh. To top it all off, completely crashes when you close the Terminal app.
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Jeff Houle 12h
Running apps on is exciting, but I shouldn't have splurged the extra few bucks on the 1080p screen on this . This is the tiniest source code I've ever seeeen.
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zombie not zombie Jan 17
The UX of where the mute key *only* mutes and does not unmute is definitely better.
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chromium_bot 12h
ARM Build 20190119010101 compiled. Yay! Download from . Usage at
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Dennis 10h
Chrome OS may allow Linux software to be installed from the launcher More memory, linux apps is Chrome OS moving more towards a classic while Windows and OSX moving towards "the cloud" ? Will be a replacement for & ?
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Jason Neiffer, Ed.D. Jan 16
I was pretty excited for Android Apps on my , especially now that I am nearing a fulltime user. Truth? I don't use them that often. I am productive without them.
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Joshua Moyerman Jan 11
Replying to @tomkarlo
Thanks for taking the time to respond. I'm definitely not expecting to do full editing, mainly just review pics, browse the web, etc. I've learned even having a i7 laptop that it's no match for a proper desktop, so I'll SSH if I need horsepower.
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J.J. Santos Jan 17
"The launched in November of 2014 and Google hasn’t built another Android tablet since then. Instead, Google has been focusing more on , working diligently to integrate Android app support into the operating system"
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Brian Hinton 🐧 Jan 11
Any folks know if in on the dev channel is equivalent to Canary or Dev version of Chrome?
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Computerworld Jan 18
Installing apps on a can fill some holes in . Here are some of the best. -
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Tech Help KB 📚 Jan 15
73 finally lets you add top-level folders other than Downloads via
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Val Potter 19h
Linux apps can fill in some key holes in — here’s ’s getting-started guide and his roundup of the best Linux apps for
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SSuite Office Software 4h
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Dr. Roy Schestowitz (罗伊) 21h
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