The latest ChromeOS Dev Channel adds a “Follow site” option. This will bring RSS to the side panel on Chromebooks. Google Reader lives on?
After its untimely death in 2013, Google Reader may be resurrected. Is Google Reader coming back with a full Chrome and ChromeOS integration?
The latest ChromeOS 106 Dev Channel update integrates Google Photos Memories on Chromebooks. Here’s a preview.
Want to have all the files locally stored on your Chromebook backed up? Here’s how to change a Chromebook Downloads folder to Google Drive.
I’m still using the Lacros browser on my Chromebooks, but there’s a pain point. Google will eliminate it by starting Lacros during boot up.
I took a look at Chrome Journeys on a Chromebook and I see tremendous value. Here’s why and what it looks like in Chrome OS.
A new prototype feature adds multiple tabs in PWAs on a Chromebook. This could elevate Progressive Web Apps with new users experiences.
Are you big saved tab groups user in Chrome? Google planned to put these in the side panel but that effort is on hold. And I’m OK with that.
Here’s how to reorder browser tabs with Chromebook keyboard shortcuts once this feature arrives. No more mouse or trackpad needed!
Google Chrome 101 arrives and one of the new features is the ability to save password notes. Here’s how to use it.
How many browser bookmarks can you see at once on Google Chrome? I could have access to at least 30, and not in folders but in plain sight. Here’s how.