Chrome OS 89 update weaves deeper Google Assistant integration

Chrome OS 89 update weaves deeper Google Assistant integration

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Google Assistant are the things that don’t need any introduction. The service made itself to all or any kinds of news titles over its lifetime. But to be honest, it’s far and away from the simplest Voice Assistant out there, and that we should credit ourselves for its success since Google had an outsized user base than the other. But it’s been only a year since the Google Assistant was launched on non-Google Chromebooks. We believe that it’d be because nobody uses Voice Assistants on laptops (Chromebooks are laptops! Aren’t they?). But still, it can help us call in a few other ways. And now, with the Chrome OS 89 roots deeper integration of Google Assistant.

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With Chrome OS 89 upgrade Google Assistant seems to possess not in the least improved. But, under the hood, there are significant improvements to the Assistant which will help us in some ways.

ChromeOS 89 Features

Right-click on a word

Yeah, you heard it right. Now the users can right-click or hold on a word, and a tooltip will pop up.

It gives you details and an outline of the word you’ve selected. However, the Assistant is functioning perfectly at the movement, but it carries some anomalies. There have been some misconceptions for a few words while we tested the new integration.

We know that this may be extremely useful for college kids, employees, or the very least on my behalf, provided they improve it. So consider it, search for a definition without opening a replacement tab. Isn’t it great? This alone are going to be enough to spice up the Assistant on Chromebooks.

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We’ll keep an eye fixed thereon, check whether or not they scratch it or fix it. Whatever they need in their minds, we hope to urge a far better picture by ChromeOS 89. Until then, we could ridicule them and hope that they’ll perfect it.