Google has recently updated their Chrome OS beta to hit R10 release, and of course, with each new software update, there will be changes made – mostly for the better, although some of the changes are so subtle you won’t even realize they’re there in the first place without having anyone point that out. Among the minor improvements thrown into the mix include a security patch that is related to the Scratchpad app, fixes for 3G modem and Wi-Fi connectivity, trackpad improvements, GTalk video and chat optimizations, and enhancements that concern the power draw and CPU utilization. If you’re interested in the Chrome OS beta update, it can be retrieved as a free download straight from Google over their Cr-48 notebook, although the OS is tipped for a public launch later this year.

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