In an effort to stabilize the functionality of its famous laptop ChromeOS, #Google has rolled out another important #Update. The update – which is codenamed 60.0.3112.101 is available for instant installation in the ‘Settings’ option of the device. The latest update comes along with multiple security and bug fixes, with the main objective to improve the user experience. Apart from this, there are several other features that will greatly enhance the performance of the software system. Google, unfortunately, hasn’t made any mention regarding the contents surrounding the software update.

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According to a report published by Android Headlines, there are roughly about nine devices, including the ones manufactured by Acer, Asus, Samsung and Lenovo that still haven’t received the latest ChromeOS update.

In fact, the Google-branded Chromebooks also haven’t received the ChromeOS update as well. This includes Google’s Chromebook Pixel (2015). Up till now, only two Chromebooks have gained access to the new software update through Google’s #Play Store.

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As mentioned on the company’s official website, these products include Asus’ C302 ChromeBook Flip and Dell’s ChromeBook 3189. Owners are required to access the update through the Play Store. Once the update is installed, the users will be able to install many exciting applications, which were once unavailable to them. It is important that the users ensure that their devices are on full charge during the time of installation. If not, it is always advisable to keep it on charge during the time of installation.

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Like mentioned previously, a total of nine devices including two of Google-branded ChromeBooks are yet to receive the update. Google hasn’t made any mention of a specific date as to which, the update will b rolled out. It may take several days until it’s made officially available. Users are advised to keep a check on the update for their devices. One can easily do this by going to the ‘About Chrome OS’ option, and clicking the ‘Check for Updates’ on. Most of the ChromeBook devices essentially run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS – which was the last major update that they received back in May 2017. The latest update is expected to provide users with the access to important APIs, which include features like Resizable Windows. This feature provides users with full control as to what they want their settings to look like.