Chrome OS Gets Full Support with Linux Kernel 3.9


Linux Kernel, which runs underneath Chrome OS (and Android and other important stuff of course) has added full support for Chrome OS with its latest release, version 3.9.

Without going too much on to the technical details of the update, here is the official note from the changelog.

Complete support for all the devices present in the Chrome laptops sold by many companies has been added in this release. Code (commit)(commit)(commit)(commit),(commit)

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I am hoping that Chrome OS users will get the benefits of this update pretty soon.

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via PC World

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