Since the Google Play Store is arriving on Chromebooks, some are anticipating that Google’s Chrome OS will see an uptick in popularity. However, managing memory on these devices has always been a bit clumsy. Sure, the Files App let you check your free space, but there haven’t been any particularly good ways of micromanaging used storage and identifying bloat to eliminate.
The good news is that Google has a much more advanced Storage Manager in the works. Chrome developer François Beaufort announced in a recent Google+ post that this file management interface is being implemented in the latest Dev update, so curious developers can already give it a spin if they want to. For more information, head on over to the source here.
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