Although the Chrome Releases blog is a great resource to learn when upgrading versions of Chrome OS, it's a bit lacking when it comes to detailed release notes. This makes it almost impossible to quickly see exactly what has changed. But there is actually a simple method to see what's different.
When an update is announced, we recommend that you take note of the new version number. And you'll also want the current version from the Chromebook before the update.
For example, last Wednesday, the Chrome Releases website announced a new version of Dev: 70.0.3538.16. Before receiving the update, my Pixelbook was running version 70.0.3538.8. So I wanted to see the differences between the two.
It's as simple as pressing this link, which only shows the different (or new) files in the latest version: https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+log/70.0.3532.8..70.0.3538.16? enough = fuller & n = 10000:
Note that both old and new version numbers are part of the URL. By changing these numbers, you can view the differences between any two versions of Chrome OS on the same channel.
Once you have the differences, you can scroll to view the specifications. If you prefer to display a summary list with clickable links on each change for details, simply remove "? Enough = fuller & n = 10000"From & # 39; URL:
Sometimes version ads include the diff link for you, but most often they do not. Then add the link between two versions and edit it for any version so you can see what's new.