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Chrome OS 20 released, adds native support for Google Drive and Google Docs

Google’s operating system for notebooks, Chrome OS, has recently been updated to version 20.

This new release is a step towards Google’s goals to integrate their recently announced Google Drive cloud storage service more deeply into the Chrome platform, as well as offline support for Google Docs.

The update brings the new Aura UI to the original Chromebook, the CR-48, which will also receive some new open-source touchpad drivers, which should address some of the touch responsiveness issues which have plagued the Google device since its release.

The new update should be streaming out to devices over the Chrome OS release channel over the next few days.

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