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.
Need to connect an iPhone to a Chromebook to move photos? There are two easy ways to do it and one can even free up iPhone storage space.
How many browser bookmarks can you see at once on Google Chrome? I could have access to at least 30, and not in folders but in plain sight. Here’s how.
If you’re using Linux on a Chromebook, you might not know there’s a new version of Debian. Here’s how to upgrade to Debian Bullseye 11.3.
Here’s how to find your Chromebook board name. This is useful to track Chrome OS releases and for recovery software.
Did you know you can drag and drop apps from your Launcher directly to the System Tray on a Chromebook? Here’s how.
As we’ve recently seen, sometimes a bug gets by testing with a new Chrome OS Stable Channel release. Here’s how to revert Chrome OS back to a prior version.
I’ve been a little frustrated using some of the Android apps installed on my Chromebook lately due to small font sizes. Here’s how to enable custom zoom levels for Android apps on a Chromebook.