Can’t find the Chromebook setting to change your Downloads location? Here’s how to change the Downloads folder to Google Drive or another folder.
Chrome OS 89
Among the many new features Chrome OS 89 adds to Chromebooks is a more modern display capture tool. Here’s wow to capture or video record a Chromebook screen.
I’ve heard from a number of folks who don’t like the new Tote feature in Chrome OS 89. Here’s how to disable the feature for now.
The latest Chromebook Diagnostics app in Chrome OS 89 has been updated with a better UI and hardware tests. Here’s how to get and use this experimental feature.
Chrome OS turned 10 last year but Chromebooks are just now celebrating their 10th birthday. Here’s a look at Chromebooks over the past decade, along with news of new features landing soon with Chrome OS 89.
Looks like we only have a few weeks left before Google’s Phone Hub appears on Chromebooks. The feature integrates some notifications and browser tabs between Android and a Chromebook. It’s automatically enabled in Chrome OS 89.
The experimental Read Later feature to save web page links for future reading on a Chromebook gets a little code love in Chrome OS 89. It’s much more refined although there’s still no offline reading mode.
The native Media app in Chrome OS 89 is getting a few new features for Chromebooks. Ink annotations and photo filters are available. So to is the Trash can in the Files app, which restores deleted files on command.
Virtual Desks on Chromebooks are about to get a big improvement. With Chrome OS 89, you’ll have the option of restoring your previously open windows in the workspaces they were in. Here’s how it works and what it looks like.
Keeping your data private on a Chromebook is a tough task due to so much reliance on Google and other web services. But a new Chrome OS on-device grammar check could help a little. And maybe it paves the way for more data privacy on Chromebooks.