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.
Chrome OS 97 added an experimental but limited quick view calendar. Chrome OS 99 now shows Google Calendar events there.
Tired of managing passwords in two places as a Chromebook and iPhone user? Here’s how a third-party password manager helps.
Chrome OS 97 adds an on-device Chromebook grammar checker that works on or offline. Here’s how to use it.
Here’s how to add Google side search in Chrome OS 96, a nifty experimental feature that makes the search experience more cohesive on a Chromebook.
You might not browse as much as I do; in fact, I hope not. Even if you only surf the web a few hours weekly, my favorite hidden Chrome OS feature makes this a better experience.
The latest Chrome OS 98 Dev Channel update has finally add management of multiple Chromebook Linux containers. Here’s what it looks like and how it works.
There’s a new flag in Chrome OS 97 to enable virtual desk templates on a Chromebook. This allows you save a virtual workspace with apps and tabs, so you can later restore the space.
I previously wrote about the upcoming Chrome OS Sharing Hub which adds a sharing icon to shoot a web link to my installed Progressive Web Applications. A Chrome OS flag adds copy to clipboard functionality to the Hub.
Tired of using browser extensions to share content from your Chromebook? Here’s how to use a native feature to easily share web content to PWAs or nearby devices on a Chromebook.
Microsoft Edge for Linux is now out of beta status and generally available for Linux. Here’s how to install that version of Microsoft Edge on a Chromebook and why you might want to.