Now Google can already be used on PCs and Macs! Before the service was restricted intelligent notifications to mobile devices, but since Monday (24) users who want to have the most this functionality can now use it on their personal computers. Through personal assistant, you can automatically receive notifications Shaped Cards on commitments, results of the football team, traffic situation, weather. To enable the feature, you must have an active Google account and have installed the latest version of Google Chrome internet browser. It is noteworthy that the personal assistant also requires resources such as location-based computer is also enabled, otherwise it will have its partial operation.
Who own more than one device with the feature enabled you can rely on notifications based on the location of the device, for example – Google Now in tablet displays information regarding the weather forecast based on the location of the device itself, but if the player is on a journey and you carry your notebook, the feature will display notifications as the location of the notebook, without this have to do any additional configuration. To enable Google Now on your computer follow these steps:
1 – Open the Google Chrome browser and login with a valid user.
2 – In the address bar type the following URL chrome://flags/#enable-google-now or click this link . A number of settings that can be activated and deactivated in the browser, which corresponds to Google Now is marked in yellow, mark the option to enable or Enabled (if the browser is in English) appears.
3 – In the address bar type the following URL chrome://flags/#enable-google-now or click this link (chrome://flags/#enable-google-now). A number of settings that can be activated and deactivated in the browser, which corresponds to Google Now is marked in yellow, mark the Enable or Enabled option (if your browser is in English) will be displayed. After setting the feature, click the button “Restart Now” to make them take effect.
With the feature active, an icon is displayed bell-shaped at the bottom of the screen on Windows and Mac it is positioned in the upper right.