The ChromeOS 116 release adds new Chromebook features such as the Lacros browser, profile switching and file search for both local and Google Drive files.
Starting with Chrome 117, Google’s browser will alert users when old web extensions are installed. Alerts will appear in the “Safety Check” browser settings.
The 2023 Acer Chromebook 314 is now on the company’s site. Last year’s model started with Celeron; this year you get an Intel i3-N305. But it will cost you.
Google appears to be adding Chromebook diagnostics in the ChromeOS Launcher, according to an upcoming, early version of the software. Here’s what it looks like.
I was hoping Chromebooks with Nvidia GPUs would bring excellent PC gaming performance. Unfortunately, these devices in-progress have been canceled.
Chalk up another missed opportunity for ARM-based Chromebooks. Based on code from Google developers, there are no Gen 3 Snapdragon 7c Chromebooks on the way.
Looking for a feature-packed Chromebook with a 12th gen Intel Core i3 processor? The feature-packed HP Chromebook x360 14c has a $200 price cut all this week.
Need to use multiple Google accounts on the same device? Here’s how the Lacros browser will improve profile switching on Chromebooks.
Google’s effort to split the Chrome browser from ChromeOS is underway. It’s called Lacros on Chromebooks and here are the details of Google’s transition plan.
After covering Google’s effort to Lacros browser for over two years, its arrival looks near. ChromeOS 116 may bring the Lacros browser to more Chromebooks.
Here’s a first look a the new Microsoft 365 Chromebook integration. It brings a seamless Office productivity workflow to ChromeOS.