After Three Years, Linux Apps on Chromebooks are Finally Breaking Out of Beta

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After Three Years, Linux Apps on Chromebooks are Finally Breaking Out of Beta

When Linux app support landed on Chrome OS in 2018, the feature was incredibly unstable. Most apps didn’t work, and those that did were buggy and missing sound or graphical elements. But the Linux Development Environment for Chrome OS, nicknamed Crostini, finally works well enough to lose its “beta” moniker.

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