As they hit the market in 2010, they are quite far from expectations, but as time goes by, new developments for the Chromebook are at the door. The final enhancement will be related to multitasking.
As you may know, Chromebooks are not very common in our country, but with both the price and the speed of work, we have become well-heeled in the American market. Especially when the device is fast charging and the charge lasts much longer than normal notebooks, it makes the device work.
With the update coming in, Chromebooks became able to run Android apps. However, this support also brought a disadvantage to Android phones and tablets. Just like on Android, when you switch between applications, the other application is stalling. This is a very logical operation on the phone; As a matter of fact, it does not exploit the application system resources in the backplane, and it provides both a saving of charge and a smooth operation of the applications.
Of course, on a device like a Chromebook and in an operating system like Chrome OS, you do not need any of these. That’s why Google is ready to take action on users’ complaints. This multi-tasking is aimed at a more useful experience, as Google is currently in beta update. We expect to post the update in the coming days.