I recently needed to press the F10 key in an app on my Chromebook. But it doesn’t have one. Here’s how to use function keys on a Chromebook.
It’s 2022 and you’re using Linux on a Chromebook. So why are you using apt to install apps? Here’s why you should try Nala for Linux.
Want to have all the files locally stored on your Chromebook backed up? Here’s how to change a Chromebook Downloads folder to Google Drive.
It’s easy to change ChromeOS channels to see future features. And it’s about to get easier to see which ChromeOS channel is on your Chromebook.
I decided to turn a 2013 MacBook Air into a Chromebook and learned how to install ChromeOS Flex the hard way.
I took a look at Chrome Journeys on a Chromebook and I see tremendous value. Here’s why and what it looks like in Chrome OS.
Here’s how to reorder browser tabs with Chromebook keyboard shortcuts once this feature arrives. No more mouse or trackpad needed!
Chrome OS is widely considered a secure desktop platform, but is it private? Here’s how to view some internal Chrome OS engagement metrics.
Google Chrome 101 arrives and one of the new features is the ability to save password notes. Here’s how to use it.
As Google continues to break apart Chrome OS from the Chrome browser, some features may get moved. Viewing saved passwords is one of them.
Did you know that you can quickly learn to use Chrome OS with just a web browser? This simulator is right up your alley if you’re a new Chromebook user.