Google has announced that ChromeOS will soon integrate with Microsoft 365 cloud services. This marks a new level of cooperation between the two tech giants, allowing for a more seamless experience for users and businesses alike.
The integration will allow users to access Microsoft 365 and OneDrive software. This will provide users with an unparalleled level of convenience and productivity. They will be able to do everything from creating documents and presentations to collaborating with colleagues and sharing files.
It’s important for all Chromebook users to have the tools readily available to access the files they need to get things done. Today, users of Microsoft 365 and OneDrive software can use the Progressive Web App (Installable here) for their Microsoft Word, PowerPoint or Excel needs. To further help these users, we will have a new integration later this year on ChromeOS, making it easier to install the app and open files.
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n this way, it will be possible to view the files stored in OneDrive without needing the cloud storage application in Chrome OS. Google even shared an image (see above) showing the novelty of its system, indicating that it will be possible to integrate the file manager using only the Microsoft 365 application.