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Linux users on Chromebook devices are already used to being able to download, run, and share software and applications.

Now, they can get more with the new Google Chromebooks.

The Linux-based OS on the devices will soon come with a new system-wide interface that makes it easy to install and use applications from Google’s cloud services.

The Google Chromebook Pro, for instance, now includes a native Google Chrome experience.

And now, the Google Chromebook Pixel 2 will also have a new user interface that supports a “Google Now” button, which makes it easier to navigate Google’s social media services, such as Twitter and Instagram.

“This new UI brings together a wide range of Google services, including Google Search, Google Photos, Google Voice, Google Maps, Google Docs, Google Drive, Google Chrome, Google Calendar, and Google DocSurgent.

It also integrates with Google Cloud Platform for the first time, and brings a new, unified interface that offers more unified access to Google services than ever before,” Google said in a blog post.

“The Google Chromebook OS is a seamless way to access Google services for all of your devices, regardless of whether you’re on a Chromebook or Chromebook Pixel.”

There’s also the Google Assistant that comes bundled with the device, which will be integrated into the OS to help you get things done.