I’ve been tracking a bug for since April relating to Chromebook cameras still broken, even after 8 ChromeOS releases and a potential fix.
Google says the latest Chrome OS 100 update fixes Chromebooks with cameras that stopped working. Some users agree but some don’t.
Has your Chromebook camera stopped working after a recent Chrome OS update? You’re not alone and Google expects a software fix later this week.
Last week, a new Google Chrome zero-day bug was patched. My Chromebook got that patch before nearly all other Chromebooks, thanks to Lacros.
I recently reported a bug introduced in Chrome OS 97 causing Chromebooks to not print to HP printers. Today, Google merged a fix for the Chrome OS 97 printer bug after testing the solution.
Likely related to a recent software Chrome OS 97 update, users are reporting that their Chromebook won’t print to an HP printer. Here’s the status and a workaround.
Google will be pushing out a fix to Chrome OS devices on Wednesday, according to its Customer Care Portal. That’s great, but how many people already factory reset their Chromebook and lost local data?
A Chrome OS 91 Stable Channel update was released this week that fixes the broken clipboard in Linux on Chromebooks. You can now copy and paste data between the two software platforms again.
Using an external monitor with your Chromebook? If so, you may have noticed that notifications may only be actionable on your device’s internal display. That’s getting fixed but not likely in time for Chrome OS 79.
Chrome OS 79 is expected to add custom settings to the Reader Mode on Chromebooks, including choice of font, font size and more. Here’s a great example of what it should like, based on a currently available Chrome extension.
Have you experienced system slowness or an app crash when using Hangouts video chat on your Chromebook? A bug report shows a possible issue that’s being researched for a Chrome OS 74 fix.