New Chrome OS Build Brings Supervised Users Feature

By | October 23, 2013 | 1 Comment

New Chrome OS Build Brings Supervised Users Feature

Can you feel the teenager excitement in the air?

Now here’s something for the Chromebook crowd. Today, Google has announced a new beta build of Chrome OS, which includes a new, family friendly feature called “Supervised users”.

What is it all about? Basically, it’s a special kind of user group that can be spied on by the Chromebook administrator(s) and controlled by limiting access to the certain websites or apps. In case you are curious enough to try this feature, head over to the following page and download the latest beta build.


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  • Allwynd

    Can you feel the teenager excitement in the air?

    not by a long shot