(Pictured) Chrome OS New Tablet Mode: Multiple Touch Gestures

Chrome OS introduced tablet mode in a recent update that provides a better touch experience for Chromebooks. The entire interaction is a bit close to windows 8, and it also supports a variety of touch gestures for easy user browsing.

(Pictured) Chrome OS New Tablet Mode: Multiple Touch Gestures

Let’s take a look at how they operate.

To enter the main screen, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to enter the home screen.

(Pictured) Chrome OS New Tablet Mode: Multiple Touch Gestures

To go back to the previous page/app, swipe from the left side of the screen.

(Pictured) Chrome OS New Tablet Mode: Multiple Touch Gestures

Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and hold down at the end of the action to see all the open windows and apps.

(Pictured) Chrome OS New Tablet Mode: Multiple Touch Gestures

To open Quick shelf (taskbar option in Chrome OS), swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the quick bookshelf.

(Pictured) Chrome OS New Tablet Mode: Multiple Touch Gestures

Similar to the Edge browser on Windows 8, Chrome Web Browser offers a touch-friendly experience in tablet mode.

(Pictured) Chrome OS New Tablet Mode: Multiple Touch Gestures