I'm going to allow myself to be completely nerdy in a moment when I admit the world just how busy I am about Virtual desktops coming into Chrome OS 76 due to a small – but PLEASANT significant – feature addition . If you've followed along since the first mention of virtual desktop on the Chrome OS back in February this year, you probably already know what I'm getting on. This feature will definitely transform virtual desktops on Chrome OS into a productivity-enhancing machine and I just can't wait!
In case you haven't followed since since the beginning of the Virtual Desk journey, or you've just forgotten the only thing I've had in the first place, with every new addition to this long-awaited feature, I'll move on and throw the prayers at what coming: a dedicated, 4-finger gesture to move between open virtual desktops! Yes, after countless articles and a request right in the bug tracker, I have been hoped that today I received the email I have been waiting for for months, and it contained this, simple, wonderful line:
Add support to handle 4-finger swipe and swipe booklet
I'm not going to lie to you. I sounded cautious when I saw this email up, and my wife was visibly worried about something terrible or astonishing. Well, it's such a nerdy of me, but I honestly don't care. Of all the new features added to the Chromebook within 3 years, we've covered Chrome OS, I have been looking for this feature that has been available to Mac users and reach Windows 1
Multiple screen layouts increase productivity for most users, providing room for sorting and ordering the chaos our desks can sometimes invite. With Virtual Desks you basically get 3 extra screens to sort and manage your desktop. For me, I love having my primary browser in one desktop, all my messages in another, my IDE (if I do some design work) in another, and then the extras like music and notes in the past. Although I can do all this right now in Chrome OS Beta that is in version 76, is the big difference in navigation.
You see in the current iteration that you are moving desktops require you either press the overview button or the three-finger and then click on the desktop you want to go to. While this still helps with the arrangement of things on the desks, it does little to actually help you get things done faster. If you're used to just slipping over to a second or third screen when you're in a very productive mode (imagine looking back and forth to something like a spreadsheet), the idea of swiping, moving your mouse And one click every time you want a look at another desk, feels lumpy at best, difficult at worst.
When virtual desktops are at their best, they allow a virtual version of what it feels like to be on a multi-screen setup, and it can't require clicking around to navigate. The feature we see added today will accomplish this by allowing users to trigger a move, left or right, to an adjacent desk with a single 4-finger swipe in both directions. Consider for a second how long it takes to look at the second screen, and knowing that with this feature, getting the secondary desktop is as fast and painless as possible. Place four fingers on the trackpad, move left or right, and you will see your adjacent desks sliding into view.
If you've never used this on a Mac or Windows 10 device, I'd recommend trying it out if you ever work on any of these platforms. When I used both of them, virtual desktop features were indispensable when on the go. In fact, I was so used to utilizing virtual desktop environments on the machines that I strongly regarded as pushing my secondary display. Things that kept me in a multi-display setup were the background that thought one day I was just going to operate from a Chromebook and I knew Chromebooks didn't have that feature.
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It worries to get confused very soon as Chrome OS 76 is basically around the corner at this point and with that we finally get virtual desktops in the stable channel with pretty much all the little features I could hope for. However, regardless of the cool things they have done with the feature up to this point, I have been hesitant to become too preoccupied with their arrival so far because I knew without a gesture to move between jobs, I
I am so happy to report that this hole seems to be filled today and I can safely say of all the things that come to Chrome OS 76 in the coming weeks, this is down , certainly and without a doubt my favorite. While the entire Virtual Desk experience is hiding behind a few flags in the Beta Channel of Chrome OS, we hope it will come with other features and be sent straight to Chrome without the flagship 76 and all of its news skills.  SOURCE: Chromium Bug Tracker