A 76 version Chrome OS came with a bit of delay, but it brought features much requested by users, among them 'Virtual Desktops', similar to features already found in other systems, such as Linux, mac OS and Windows.
To create a desktop, simply click on the “show all windows” button on the keyboard and select “new desktop”. It is possible to create up to four independent areas, each containing its own windows.
In addition to virtual desktops, the latest stable version adds a new accessibility setting called Automatic Clicks. You can simply hover your mouse over an item and the resource will click automatically after a certain period of time. The feature was designed primarily for users with motor challenges.
Google also added new media controls, similar to those on Android, and a new camera design. You can check out more about the update here.
Street: Android Central