Chrome OS is an operating system designed by Google and uses the Google Chrome web browser as its main user interface.
Native support means there is no need for a Wacom Driver, as the tablet and pen functions work automatically in the OS. The Wacom driver cannot install on Chrome.
As of June 9th 2021 there is official native support for the following devices:
One by Wacom: CTL-472, CTL-672
Wacom Intuos: CTL-4100, CTL-4100WL(Bluetooth model), CTL-6100, CTL-6100WL(Bluetooth model)
Wacom One: DTC-133
Chrome OS 87 and later, and Kernel version 4 and later(including 4.4, 4.14 and 4.19).
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New Operating System releases:
macOS 12 ("Monterey") support: Is there a driver for macOS 12 Monterey?
Windows 11 support: Is there a driver for Windows 11?
Issues with MS Edge browser:
When MS Edge is updated to version 94 and then opened and interacted with a Pen display the computer will crash and give the “Blue screen of death.”
This is NOT a Wacom driver issue, it has been reported from other devices using Windows Ink as well.
Disabling Windows Ink in Windows will resolve the issue.
See https://support.wacom.com/hc/en-us/arti ... -can-I-do-
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