Google’s “Lacros,” an acronym of Linux and Chrome OS, will be completed sooner than later for Chromebooks, based on a newly spotted code in the relevant repositories

Lacros Will Separate The Chrome Browser From Chromebooks Soon Enough

Google’s “Lacros,” an acronym of Linux and Chrome OS, will be completed sooner than later for Chromebooks, based on a newly spotted code in the relevant repositories. In fact, a flag will apparently be added soon that implements the change when activated. What this means for end-users

A clipboard manager for your Chromebook…

Chromebooks will eventually have a clipboard manager built-in to save multiple clipboard entries; however, that has yet to materialize. If your Chromebook supports the installation of Android apps, there are a sufficient number of clipboard managers on the Google Play Store that you could try (and many I have tried). A solution that I found that is simplistic and gets the job done is a Google Chrome app called, you got it, “Clipboard Manager” which was specifically developed for Chrome OS. You can download and install it from the source link below. What I like about this app is that I can pin it to the “shelf” at the bottom of the screen and depending on what order you have it positioned on the shelf, you can launch it by using the “Alt” key. For example, I have “Clipboard Manager” at the 8th icon position on the shelf; therefore, I can launch it by hitting “Alt + 8” on my keyboard. Another selling point with me on this app is that my Chromebook supports Linux and this app will work when using Linux apps, as well (however, I did find that my combo Alt +8 keyboard trick did not work when running a Linux app). If you need a clipboard manager (for your Chromebook), “Clipboard Manager” is a good choice…

Source: Google Chrome Web Store – Clipboard Manager

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