Our second weekly Chrome podcast kicks off with recent reports of extremely low Chrome OS world wide market share; there’s certainly evidence pointing to the contrary! We also answer a few Chrome OS questions, share our Chrome “extension of the week” and talk about WebP images: Why is Google messing with images on the web?
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Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Kevin C. Tofel
- Yes, Kevin, there is Chrome for Linux; thanks Scot!
- Low Chrome OS market share around the world? There’s evidence that suggests otherwise.
- Scott wants to remotely access a Chromebook; is that even possible?
- Extension of the week: Black Menu. Hat tip to Mattew for pointing this one out!
- Chris’s browser tabs keep reloading. Maybe he needs to enable zRAM.
- What are WebP images and how can we see them?
- Files.app in Chrome OS could use some improvements.
- Google Now: Coming soon to Chrome?
Got questions, tips or tricks for an upcoming GigaOM Chrome Show? Find Kevin on Google+, Twitter (@kevinctofel) or via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)