Earlier this month I wrote about my Acer R11 Chromebook. In the entry I mention a bug that causes a crash when I alt-tabbing while in an Android app.
After weeks of making myself click outside the app window instead of alt-tabbing, I just messed up. I accidentally alt-tabbed while in the Steam app, and… NO CRASH! If they fixed this it’s huge (that’s what she said?), so I had to try it from another app. STILL NO CRASH!
I did update the Chromebook yesterday, after getting an update notification for Chrome OS. I guess already knew about that bug, after all. 😉
As I said, this is huge for me. This is seriously the only negative thing I’ve found about the Chromebook after almost a month of daily usage. Heck, I’ve hardly even had the MacBook Pro running.
The Acer R11 is one of three Chromebooks with Android app support right now. Here’s the kicker. As I’ve understood it, there’s two different types or models of the Acer R11. I only found this out after I’d already placed my order. Naturally I got the “wrong” one – it’s just a fluke that I can use the Android apps on mine!
I know, I know. Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth, and all that stuff. Just smile and wave, boys! Smile and wave.