Printing from has always been a somewhat convoluted affair, with printers needing to get hooked up to Google Cloud Print in the cloud before becoming available or wherever else you've got Chrome installed.
Now Google is adding the option to print from Chrome OS to a locally networked printer for the first time, boosting the offline capabilities of Chromebooks along the way. The feature is built into version 59 of the operating system, which just hit the stable channel.
Of course you can still use Google Cloud Print for all of your printing needs – and it is pretty magic to be able to beam a document to the other side of the …
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