Google and yahoo is adding a Virtual Devices, VM, status page on Chrome OS. This will be on offer at chrome: //vm.
Virtual Appareil or VMs are not new to Chrome COMPUTER ITSELF. I haven’t used him or her. However , if you use VMs against your Chromebook, here is a good news on your behalf. We do not have more information on the feature yet, but you will eventually have a page to view standing of all the VMs on your Chromebook.
Following the Chrome/Chrome OS get together, the new VM status blog will be available at chrome: //vm.
We spotted this new Chromed flag in the Chromium html|code calculatordecoder} repository today:
VM status page : Insure VM status page
Unquestionably the code change request delivers the following additional information: “Add another enabled by default flag VmStatusPage for chrome: //vm”
Honestly, that is all we have at the moment. Nonetheless we should be able to test regarding flag on the Canary channel of Chrome OS eventually. Hopefully, you will get to see screenshots from this page in the traveling days.
Source: Chromium Gerrit .