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ChromeOS gets better multitasking and Wi-Fi traffic prioritization

The Asus Chromebook Plus CX34 displaying The Verge homepage between an iced coffee and a cup of colored pencils.
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge

The latest version of ChromeOS (M124) is out with a couple of nice upgrades, including faster split screen setup and a new web traffic prioritization feature. The update brings other updates with it as well, like a settings UI refresh and updated gesture controls.

Judging from screenshots published by 9to5Google, the new “Faster Split Screen Setup” feature will be familiar to Windows users. After you snap an app to one side of the screen, previews of other apps pop up on the other side — pick one, and it pins there for you. Before this update, you had to navigate to the other app and repeat the side-by-side pinning process, so this should remove a little of that friction.

Image: 9to5Google

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