After its untimely death in 2013, Google Reader may be resurrected. Is Google Reader coming back with a full Chrome and ChromeOS integration?
It’s easy to change ChromeOS channels to see future features. And it’s about to get easier to see which ChromeOS channel is on your Chromebook.
A new Chromebook feature just appeared in the Canary Channel and it’s a welcome addition: Chrome OS 91 will add Recently Closed tabs in Tab Search.
It appears a new Connectivity Diagnostics app is coming to Chrome OS, making it easier to troubleshoot network issues. From the early look, this app is a refresh of an existing network tool you already have. Here’s how to use it.
The Chrome OS user interface is gaining a little more parity to macOS and Windows as you’ll be able to switch between dark and light modes. Here’s a first look at them.
The upcoming Phone Hub feature for Chromebooks is moving forward and you can see what it will offer, so far, in this early look video. My hope is that additional Android phone features are integrated but it’s too soon to say.
Chrome OS 78 is expected to bring a shared text clipping feature that will let you send clipboard contents to or from a Chromebook to any other device running Chrome, including Macs, PCs, and iOS devices.
Google introduced a Password Checkup extension in February, and flagged 315,000 passwords as unsafe due to data breaches that first month. Chrome OS 78 will natively include a similar feature for improved online protections.
The beginnings of a new feature to display the battery life of connected Bluetooth devices has arrived in Chrome OS 77. It’s still a work in progress but will be a welcome addition to the Chromebook platform.
First there were four Chrome OS channels and soon there will be a fifth called Quick Fix. It’s likely going to allow faster bug fixes for managed Chromebooks in the enterprise or schools.
Tired of scrolling down, down, down through a stack of notifications on your Chromebook to clear them? Good news: Chrome OS 76 currently moves the “Clear all” option to the top of the stack.