In the tech world, ChromeOS and Chromebooks have been booming in the last few years. The pandemic caused a huge increase in the sales of Chromebooks, and Google has been working hard to improve the platform.
In 2023, Google made some big improvements to ChromeOS, including extending the life of ChromeOS devices and releasing a proper version of Minecraft for Chromebooks. They also introduced the Chromebook Plus, which seems to be just the beginning of a bigger plan for the future.
Looking ahead to 2024, there are a few things that people hope to see from ChromeOS and Chromebooks. One big hope is for an improved version of Assistant, called Bard, to be integrated with ChromeOS. This would allow Assistant to answer questions directly without having to open a browser window.
Another hope for 2024 is the release of more Chromebook tablets. The Lenovo Chromebook Duet 3 and Duet 5 have been popular, but people are looking forward to new and more powerful versions.
There’s also a desire for the return of the Pixelbook, Google’s high-end Chromebook. With all the improvements and new features coming to ChromeOS, a new version of the Pixelbook could be a game changer.
Finally, people are hoping for an improved gaming experience on Chromebooks. While it’s already possible to install Steam on a Chromebook, there’s a hope for better graphics and more storage for gaming.
In general, the future looks bright for ChromeOS and Chromebooks. With all the improvements, the tech world is excited to see what’s next.