Prefer to set your Chromebook wallpaper rotate through a Google Photos album? It’s easy to do and even picks accent colors for the ChromeOS interface.
The Chrome browser Memory Saver feature has a supplemental function that shows memory usage when hovering over a tab. Here’s how to use it.
Here are the best hidden ChromeOS features I use on my Chromebook. They’re experimental so I show you how to enable and use them.
One of the biggest barriers for some people to use ChromeOS is a lack of native desktop app support. However, the most underrated feature on a Chromebook can help solve that problem.
Here are four Chromebook security tips to improve your data privacy and protection. Giving up some convenience might be worth it.
Did you know that Chrome extensions can hurt Chromebook performance? Here’s what to consider before installing another extension.
While all 2019 and up Chromebooks run Android apps, some features are specific to Android versions. Here’s how to see the version of Android on a Chromebook.
Did you know you don’t have to give Google all of your Chrromebook user data? Here’s how to create a private replacement for Google services on Chromebooks.
Losing track of the default Chromebook cursor? I am, thanks to my worsening eyesight. Here are three ways to help with that problem.
You can use Proton VPN on a Chromebook through either Android or Linux, but these use up your hardware resources. The Proton VPN extension solves that problem.
Want to be a globe-trotter on your Chromebook? Here’s how to install Google Earth Pro on a Chromebook, which has more features than the web or Android versions.