Google Meet and Chat to be pre-installed on future Chrome OS units

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Chrome OS is an ideal experimenting floor for Google’s functions and providers. Chromebooks come pre-installed with Google Docs, Drive, Sheets, Keep, and a slew of different apps. Now, Google is getting ready so as to add Google Meet and Google Chat to the combination, increasing the already huge checklist of Google’s pre-installed apps on Chromebooks.

According to a brand new Chromium bug submitting, which is unavailable now, Google goals to “Pre-install Meet and Chat PWAs on Chrome OS.” PWA stands for progressive internet app, which is basically a webpage you’ll be able to obtain and run like a typical app.

According to 9to5Google, Google has already began work on including these apps to Chrome OS with new flags. Flags are semi-hidden settings accessible by typing ‘chrome://flags’ into the Chrome URL bar.

Once the change is finalized, the 2 functions will probably be out there by default on newly bought Chromebooks and Chrome OS computer systems which were manufacturing facility reset — or “powerwashed.” However, like most of Chrome OS’s default functions, you’ll be able to simply delete them to tidy up your app checklist.

The bug submitting is predicted to be completed in time for Chrome OS 92, which is scheduled to be launched on July 20. If all falls in line, Chromebooks and Chromeboxes operating Chrome OS 92 out of the field will include Google Meet and Chat pre-installed.

Source: Chromium Gerrit Via: 9to5Google

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