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Chrome OS officially supports virtual workspaces now

Chrome OS just became more useful if you rely on it for getting work done. Google is rolling out a Chrome OS 78 update that more formally introduces the virtual desktop support seen in August. Anyone can create “Virtual Desks” that organize app and window layouts as separate spaces. You could have an all-business desktop for when you’re trying to finish a report, and a leisure desktop when you want to watch videos and catch up with friends. You only have to open Overview and hit New Desk to create a space…

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