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How to Activate Lacros (Linux and Chrome OS) which is the second browser on ChromeOS Chromebook

RahmanCyber.NET Chromebook - OK, so here we will discuss about LACROS which is the second experimental browser on Chrome OS.

Separator Super Light ChromeOS Official Second Browser for Chromebooks!

This time we discuss the latest features on the Chromebook v100, which is stable and very suitable for productivity, blogger friends in creating articles and managing blogs... You can also create your own website hosting admin... as well as for online shop admins...   :) No Worry... be Happy!

This is my project this week, finally I can upload it today.. : )

Here I introduce a feature that may not be considered new... because it has been under development for several years, but it's only stable on ChromeOS v100...

and Here I will immediately tell my friends who are already using Chromebooks.. or not.. :)

Don't worry, I will only pack this for 13 minutes... :)

What will you learn?
1. New Features
2. How can it be useful for Bloggers and Online Store Admins?
3. What are the advantages, how can it be so fantastic? In total there are 13 advantages that I pinned in this video.
4. What are the functions?


Hope it's useful for fellow Chromebook users!
Especially... ahem... Samsung Chromebook 4... hehehehe (No, it's okay, fellow chromebook users... support each other, right... :)

So that Chromebook users can NEXT LEVEL!
Although most of the applications and software are FREE... but no less POWERFUL with Paid Applications/Software... right... :)

Especially for this affordable Computing Device... (It's okay ... we can maximize it for productive things!)


What is LACROS on ChromeOS Chromebooks

since 2020 Google has been trying to separate Chrome browser from the Chrome OS platform so here is formed LaCrOS which stands for Linux And ChRome OS.

we can also test the LACROS which in basic rnya is a Chrome browser for Linux that runs on ChromeOS.

I finally did a test of this experimental browser. You can see the official Lacros documentation here, especially if you want to know the technical details in the formation of this Lacro browser,

previously we know that when we run the browser on Linux, I used to say that on the Rahmancyber channel . in fact, when we open tabs, continue browsing, it feels slow and of course there was no Chrome browser available on Linux in the main repository or APT debian and as a result I installed the browser, but there Yes, as I said, that I experienced what's not good is that it's slow.

that's why when there is an experimental new feature in Chrome OS about this browser, especially in Chrome OS version 100 and above, which gives birth to lacro which is said to be it's stable enough as a second browser for Chrome OS and a combination of chromeos and linux on the stable version of Chrome OS version 94 and I think for beta channel users, you must have experienced this Lacross first last year, but I don't want to risk it, because I use my chromebook for work, not for testing... ehehe, so here I'm just waiting for the stable channel version and as a result... it's here too, ChromeOS V94, version 96 already has Lacros on the stable channel, and right on the C update hrome OS when this post was made, and from looking at the reviews that have tried it before, it says this feature is ready and after a lot of coding and testing efforts from Google on the Lacros solution.

I'm curious about how the performance will be, especially in this version of ChromeOS 100, he said there have been quite a lot of big changes, especially the profile migration section, various media reported about it. So I tried this, especially since I am a blogger who needs more than one browser including private mode, so I usually open two modes in one browser, namely normal mode and private mode.

Then I tried it...

The LACROS browser.... the baddest thing is the icon looks like a yellow Chrome Canary... hmmm

In fact, there have been many improvements and feature additions lately to make Lacros works just like the current Chrome OS browser experience.

How about with Profile Switch in Lacros browser?

like when I save my account picture,  continue my Google account settings such as bookmarks can be moved properly, so here I conclude that the profile management feature has been improved,  but even so this Lacro is still in experimental so of course in the future there will still be a lot of improvisation so that in the future, this can be more perfect.

Besides that all my previous extensions , are available and they all have the same functionality as in chrome browser.  This shouldn't come as much of a surprise: Any Chrome extension for the browser should generally work on any platform.  And if not, the developer will tell you which platform, in this case Linux, is not supported.  Recently updated Desktop and Screenshot tools added in Chrome OS 98 integrated with Lacros.  So you can easily change where to save the screen image or activate the microphone for screen recording.

How to Activate LACROS

Activating it is actually really easy because it's still experimental so here you can activate it in FLAG.

Just point your Chromebook browser to chrome://flags/ and search for Lacros.  Then enable the ones you want.

So far, I like what I see.  No major functionality is lost and the Lacros browser runs as fast as the current Chrome browser.  A few months ago, I could probably say that Lacros was sluggish and looked like it was running on a Linux system.  There are font issues and other UI items, but for now I'd say most of those items are no longer an issue although I'm sure there are still a few bugs here and there. I feel that the performance of lacros is already similar to that of the chrome browser on chromebook, as I said before. been able to recover all my previously open tabs without any problems from the update I just updated.  I think this is the essence of the Lacros project.  By separating the browser from the platform, browser updates can be pushed to Chromebooks independently, without requiring a full Chrome OS update. , what's your experience been like so far?

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