Google has been allowing Chrome OS users to run Linux apps for a few years. But the optional “Crostini” feature which makes this possible sort of feels tacked onto Chrome OS as an afterthought (which… to be fair, it was).
That could change when Chrome OS 82 is released on May 5th. It’s expected to include a major update to the Linux terminal app and user experience. The folks at Chrome Unboxed have published a sneak peek.