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Since Chrome updated to version 44, sometimes when I open a new tab some things don't load. Has anybody else experienced this issue?
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Are you running at default screen resolution? I found that icons would disappear/not be displayed if I used Ctrl-Shift-+ to change the screen resolution.
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Yes, I also have an OSX machine; I don't use any Apple apps thought (they suck!). I'm just waiting for Adobe Cloud coming to Chrome OS. Photoshop Streaming is still under test. Once they bring the whole Adobe cloud to Chrome I'll be glad to use my Chromebook full time. 
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Google and Adobe have been working together to bring Photoshop, Indesign, and Illustrator to Chrome OS. Since Google has been fighting Flash for years, and is getting rid of it in September, I can assure you Flash is not being used in Photoshop Streaming +Richard Bucker.
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Macbook Air 13 inch 8GB i7 Haswell Octane result. Anybody with a Chromebook Pixel 2 i7 model? If anyone has one, post a screenshot with your result in the Octane running Chrome 44 stable.
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They're around 28-29k (a few months back) for the i7 Pixel 2.
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Inbox got an icon in the App Drawer! :-D
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Wow , I just learned something , thank you one and all ! 
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Edge faster than Chrome... Just wait until next week when Google release the next version of Chome ;-)

The Next Web: Microsoft releases near-final Windows 10 build, claims Edge beats Chrome in Google benchmarks. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw5OHSliA
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Time was, Windows was all but mandatory.  You pretty much had to have it.  That was then.  Any app (including a web browser) that only runs on Windows nowadays is doomed to live in a rapidly diminishing niche.  The world is moving on.  Microsoft hegemony is no more.
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The App drawer makes no sense on cheap android phones with 8 or even 4 gigs of internal storage, because after installing like 3 apps, the phones run out of space. Most apps can't be installed in SD cards, so you are very limited. Thus, I think cheap Android phones should not have an App drawer at all, since there are not lots of apps to search for. They should go to the home screen by default, like a lame iPhone.
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Maybe you haven't explored android world yet. First of all such device won't receive the M update and second thing have you heard of "root" and "custom roms"! 
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The Future of Offline
Below a video showing the Google I/O website being added to the dock, and fully functioning when offline. This is exactly what I always thought offline functionality should be in Chrome OS (I love the web, and its responsiveness, and I honestly hate Chrome Apps and being locked into an ecosystem). Luckily it seems like the power behind the Google I/O website is going to be part of other Google services in the near future. Now, what if all Google services are available when Offline in Chrome the same way, letting you access to for example:

-Gmail: the last 100 emails received.
-Youtube: the last 20 videos you watched. 
-Play Music: the last 100 hundred songs you listened to.
-Photos: the last 100 hundred pictures you took. 
-etc...

While keeping the same interface, like the I/O's website does. Perhaps, not necessarily the latest 100, but more options, depending on how much you want to keep offline. That way, in most cases, we would not need to worry about syncing anything, since we know that many of the latest files we've used will be offline automatically. 

Perhaps Google is getting rid of Google+ photos chrome app, and replacing it with the website because of this I'm talking about. 

I'm just envisioning, I hope this come true.  

#chromeos   #chromebook   #google   #offline  
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Hi +Felipe Gonzalez, Thanks  for sharing this useful post. I would love to see your posts in Google+ latest feature, Collections. Have you ever thought about starting one?
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I think this is clever. Emails are so archaic. So, what if HANGOUTS is based on gmail, allowing you to send all kind of files, and messages to those outside hangouts as emails, that would be so cool. Currently the only way to search hangouts is though the Chat label in gmail, which completely not user friendly. 
Send, released on iOS Wednesday, is an email that app that takes an instant messaging-style approach to your inbox.
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+Felipe Gonzalez I fail to understand, "mobile apps shouldn't exist." In a corporate environment, you don't use mobile apps (at least I've never personally seen a person trying to bang-out a 20 page report with his thumbs, using a phone?). That just doesn't happen in the real world.
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This is my desktop...
...what about a fully web-based OS? I mean, beyond Chrome OS. In that case the Google bar would be the equivalent of the Taskbar or Dock. And the App Drawer the launcher or Start Menu. It's kind of sad that Google hasn't think on this, by keeping an inconsistent Google bar on top of its many amazing services.

#chromeos   #web
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+Felipe Gonzalez I feel hitting the search key is quicker. I do wish they would give you some options on setting it up though.
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I don't like that when you click in the menu or hangouts icon in Google Inbox, everything moves and changes size. It would be better if the hangouts chat list simply slides from the side and nothing is affected in the page. Anybody agrees this is annoying??

#inbox  
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Doesn't bother me in the least....  And my Hangouts list drops down and  over without moving anything.  Chrome OS Stable v. 43
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You guys know if this page is legit? http://www.joesav.com/ it's offering the Chromecast for only $20.
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This just happened. Yesterday Facebook asked Adobe to give up on Flash, today Firefox blocked Flash on all its version for user's security's sake. I bet Google is next. For years Google has fought against Flash, it seems like it's gonna die soon.

To be safe disable Flash manually in Chrome going to chrome://plugins
The Mozilla Firefox web browser now blocks Flash by default. And when I say “blocks,” I don’t mean it asks you nicely if you’d really like to use Flash. I don’t mean it automatically pauses Flash videos like Google Chrome. I mean Mozilla has decided that Flash is going down.
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One of the most obvious reasons to 'let flash die' is that it has been obsoleted by html5. 
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