Touch controls and a new UI have been introduced in the most recent release of Canary, the Beta-like state of Google Chrome OS.
This version of the web-aimed operating system has a new way to access apps and search. The Google Search bar rests with a set of 5 suggested apps at the bottom of the screen.
In the command prompt just opened, type shell then sudo su, and press return. Then type the following command: update_engine_client –channel=canary-channel –update , and press return again. You’ll be in Canary! You’ll want to again close developer mode by continuing on with Ctrl + Alt + T, type shell then sudo su, and press return.
If the user gets to Canary and wants to switch back, they’ll want to do the Ctrl + Alt + T key combo, type shell, then sudo su, enter, and update_engine_client –channel=stable-channel -update , then press the space bar at boot.
Remember I’m not responsible for the data loss any actions the user takes all actions are user responsibility before updating have a backup of your data.