The Linux-based Chrome OS 68 stable release was released today with the latest version number 68.0.3440.87 (platform version is 10718.71.2/3), which introduces many new features while enhancing performance and security. The biggest highlight is the introduction of Material Design 2.0 design elements, many improvements to the session box, auxiliary UI in Chrome OS, support for fast roaming 802.11r fast BSS transition (FT), new screen size settings, and allow The user uses a PIN to log in to the Chrome OS.
Chrome OS 68 also introduces support for high-resolution images in the camera app. The new administrator policy enables users to activate/disable client-side local printing, two new physical shortcuts for enabling/disabling the magnifier, and the use of The stylus or touch screen Chromebooks uses the post-selection pronunciation feature.
In Chrome OS 68, support for child accounts added after the initial login, and the ChromeVox screen reader function can be enabled/disabled using the morph (two-in-one) or side volume buttons of the tablet Chromebook.