You won’t need a Pixel Slate to use a more touch-oriented version of Chrome OS. Google has released an update (version 70) that brings the Slate’s interface changes to all touchscreen Chrome OS PCs and tablets. There’s a more finger-friendly app shelf with contextual menus, an overhauled control panel with faster access to common features (plus a unified notifications feed) and a launcher that shows recent sites. you’ll also find a Gboard-based on-screen keyboard with an option to float a small keyboard if you’d rather type with one thumb.
Source: Chrome Releases
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