I’m on a quest to keep my hands on the keyboard all the time. Enter Vimium: A Chrome extension to browse on a Chromebook with just a keyboard.
Here’s how to use Android app streaming on Chromebooks and what the experience is like. I’m still not sold on using it much myself, but you just might.
Taking a screenshot on a Chromebook a simple shortcut away or button click away. Here are two ways to capture a screenshot.
Although it was teased last year, the new Google Photos video editor is now available for Chromebooks. Here’s how to use it.
Google announced a reader mode in ChromeOS called Read Anything, and it arrives in ChromeOS 114. Here’s how to use it early in the ChromeOS 111 side panel.
Want to know what the current ChromeOS release is for your Chromebook? There’s a tool for that. But you need to find your Chromebook board or brand name first.
How can you view the memory used per tab on Chromebooks? There’s a way in ChromeOS that’s not ideal, but it works. And it may get easier to see memory usage.
If you have the ChromeOS 111 Beta Channel, you can enable the Material You Quick Settings menu on your Chromebook. Here’s how, and what it looks like.
Google is changing the name of Tote to Quick Files and adding an additional feature. Here’s how to change from Chromebook Tote to Quick Files in Chrome OS.
Chrome OS 101 enabled Chromebook recovery over an internet connection. Here’s how to use the network-based Chromebook recovery.
Planning to shop the Black Friday Chromebook deals? Here’s how you should approach them and what to look out for before you even shop.