The tech giant has also built new gestures for web browsing, such as the ability to go back to the previous page by swiping from the left side of the screen. Chrome tabs will soon be easier to manage in tablet mode, as well. You’ll be able to open a new tab simply by tapping a big button, reorder tabs by dragging them around and close tabs by swiping up. Those Chrome features will initially be available on the Lenovo Chromebook Duet when it comes out in the next few months.

Finally, picture-in-picture now works for all Play Store apps on Chromebook. That means you can minimize, say, a video on YouTube and continue watching it while doing another thing on another open app or window.

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