Chromebooks can now run Linux in a window
Google’s Chrome OS just got a little bit more useful.
Google evangelist François Beaufort posted on Google+ that the Chrome OS now supports running Linux in a window via the Crouton Chrome extension. Before you use the extension, you’ll have to put your Chromebook in Developer Mode.
Prior to today’s announcement, you had to use a virtual terminals and switch back and forth between your Linux distro and Chrome OS. Now it’s in one handy dandy window right there in the main operating system.
➤ Run Crouton in a Chrome OS Window [François Beaufort]