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Passionate Educator, business owner. Education + Tecnology = Game Changer
Passionate Educator, business owner. Education + Tecnology = Game Changer

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Hi all

Cloud Education Solutions, Google for Education, and Acer will be holding an event on Friday 11 May at Western Province Preparatory School, Cape Town.

We will cover the latest G Suite for Education plans, product, and training updates and will have the latest Chromebooks and devices on display. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

When and Where
* Fri May 11 2018, 09:45
* Western Province Preparatory School, 49 Newlands Rd, Claremont, Cape Town, 7708

For more information and the event registration click on the following link:
https://events.withgoogle.com/clouded-ct-may2018/

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Hi all

Cloud Education Solutions, Google for Education, and Acer will be holding an event on Friday 11 May at Western Province Preparatory School, Cape Town.

We will cover the latest G Suite for Education plans, product, and training updates and will have the latest Chromebooks and devices on display. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

When and Where
* Fri May 11 2018, 09:45
* Western Province Preparatory School, 49 Newlands Rd, Claremont, Cape Town, 7708

For more information and the event registration click on the following link:
https://events.withgoogle.com/clouded-ct-may2018/

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For a while now, Chrome OS has supported multiple monitors— allowing users to drag as many Chrome browsers/Chrome apps as they wished across multiple displays. With the introduction of Android apps, however, this capability was limited. For instance, Android apps were locked to your Chromebook's primary display and were not able to be dragged between multiple displays.

Now, the fine folks over at Chrome Unboxed have discovered that recent changes have made it possible to freely move Android apps between separate displays on the Stable Channel of Chrome OS (provided your Chromebook is running Android 7.1.1 Nougat). That's not all, you'll also be able to launch Android apps on the secondary display (as long as the app was closed on this display the last time it was used).

The behavior of the latter might seem a bit weird, but not to worry, a recent commit¹ suggests that the developers are working on changing the behavior so that opening apps from each displays respective shelf causes the apps to launch on the appropriate display.

¹https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/#/c/chromium/src/+/641666/

#ChromeOS #Android
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