I recently purchased a Chromebook that had not been used for a while to try out a relatively new Chrome OS feature: virtual desktops. But when I pressed the key that brought those desktops to my screen, I didn't see anything. I looked around and discovered that the feature was expected to be available from version 77 of Chrome OS – different iterations after the version I used.
While Chromebooks work virtually on their own, and you can usually ignore which version of the operating system your device uses, you may want that information to be available in case you need it. All you have to do is follow these steps:
- Click on the clock in the lower right corner of your screen.
- Select the "Settings" icon (the gear in the top row of the pop-up window. [1