April 3, 2024

ChromeOS Now Supports Keyboard Shortcuts and Custom Mouse Buttons

Wes Davis, on The Verge:

The keyboard shortcut feature will work like it does in other operating systems, in which you can assign specific actions to specific key combinations. Google uses the examples of tweaking shortcuts to be easier to carry out one-handed or making them resemble those you’re used to in, say, macOS.

My dreams of using ChromeOS as a backup have completely gone away, but this is required for any real desktop OS.


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