The ChromeOS 119 release is now available, a week after the update was removed. That’s good but the lack of communication on this? There’s room for improvement.
The ChromeOS 119 release arrived on November 15, only to be pulled on the 21st. Now every Chromebook is back on ChromeOS 118. What’s going on?
An early Black Friday sale on all Chromebook Plus laptops gets you your choice of device for under $379. Here are thoughts on each model and the one I’d buy.
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.
Early Black Friday deals are here and one of them is for the very capable Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook Plus. Normally priced at $499, it’s now $379.
The Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5 is stuck on ChromeOS 116 while version 119 is the current software. The issue has to do with the USB Type-C port, of all things.
The Microsoft Windows App debuts today. This software runs natively on multiple platforms including browsers. It streams Windows on a Chromebook, for example.
The latest ChromeOS 119 release is here. New Chromebook features include saving and synching Tab Groups, better Privacy controls and Google Drive offline use.
If you like the partial split window feature Google added in ChromeOS 115, you’re really going to like this. Snap Groups will show app layouts in overview mode.
I published my initial review of the Framework Chromebook on the last day of 2022. So how does it hold up, nearly a year later?
Following up on its ChromeOS tablet from 2021, the Asus Chromebook CM30 was introduced as a new model. There’s a faster MediaTek chip and WiFi 6 inside.