If you export data from the Chrome Password Manager, your Notes don’t come along for the ride. That’s changing soon.
On Thursday, the Google Chrome 107 release rolled out to all supported Windows, Mac, and Linux devices. Here’s what you need to know.
The Memory Saver performance feature for Chrome has a useful, new option. In ChromeOS 108, you can configure some sites to always stay active.
New Performance Settings are in the works that will add performance boosts for Chromebooks and the Chrome browser. Here are the details.
Google is working on a user interface for Chrome browser app management called AppHome, creating a Chrome browser PWA store of sorts.
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.