This small change could help with poor framerates in games on Chromebooks

Chromebooks are no ordinary machines: they’re powered by Google’s Chrome browser, offering a speedy, simple, and secure web surfing experience. The experience is also a lot more versatile than its “Chrome OS” moniker implies, leveraging a slew of virtualization technologies so you can enjoy using Android and desktop Linux apps on your Chromebook. The added security benefits from virtualization comes at a penalty of less efficiency — Google’s implementation is no exception. Thankfully, Google has been working hard to mitigate the performance hit, and in a future update, Android games will start running even more smoothly.

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