Users on Reddit discovered that the Samsung Chromebook Plus can now run Linux apps.

Getting Linux apps on the Chromebook Plus involves using experimental versions of the OS and applications.

The idea of Chromebooks (and Chrome OS in general) supporting Linux apps changes the game for the Chrome OS ecosystem.

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However, the only Chromebook that supported Linux apps when Google announced the feature was the Pixelbook – probably the most expensive Chromebook on the market.

But some savvy Redditors just found that the much-more-reasonably-priced Samsung Chromebook Plus now supports Linux apps as well.

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