Chrome OS users will soon be able to enable “Always On” mode for every single device that they use.
In a new blog post, Google explained that this will allow them to easily access their apps, tabs, files, web pages and more without worrying about missing a single click or waking up their Chromebooks.
You’ll need to first enable the feature in your browser settings and you’ll then be able go ahead and toggle it on or off in your Chrome settings.
This feature is currently only available for Chromebooks running on Chrome OS.
For the first time, we’ll be enabling it on Chromebooks for Chromebook Pixel and Pixel XL users in the UK.
To enable this feature, go to your Chrome Settings and enable the “Always on” setting.
After enabling it, Chrome will go ahead of your other devices and load the apps, extensions and settings from the Chrome store, rather than your device’s own.
The only downside to this is that it will take a few minutes to complete the process.
This is expected to change in the near future, with the new “Always” setting being available on all Chromebooks by default.
Google has already been rolling out a number of updates to Chrome OS over the last few months, including a number for the new Pixel and a few for the Pixel XL.
The new Pixel, which launched on March 31, comes with a number-one spot on the UK’s Charts of Britain ranking, but has been struggling to live up to the hype.
Google’s first Chromebook Pixel device also came with a rather disappointing launch, with it failing to make the top 10 charts.
Chrome OS has also been working on a number updates over the past couple of years, which include a new operating system, new hardware features, new Google apps, new features for Chromebook apps, and a slew of new Chromeboxes and Chromebooks that are available to buy.
If you’ve been using Chrome OS for some time, you’ll probably be glad to know that it’s finally being updated.
This latest update includes support for the latest hardware features including HDMI output and a new OS for Chromebook users.
You can check out our full Chromebook review for more details.