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?
In the aftermath of the Chrome OS 91 Stable update issues, there are key lessons to learn. It’s up to you to protect local Chromebook data. Here’s how.
I hope this isn’t becoming a trend, but a second Chrome OS 91 Stable Update has caused issues for Chromebook owners. An announced update to version 91.0.4472.165 was pushed out recently, locking people out of their devices.
Some people are reporting a high-impact performance issue after receiving the latest Chrome OS 91 update. These are the Chromebooks that may be affected: Is yours on the list?
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.
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.
The Chrome desktop browser has supported notification badges on Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) since release 73. Chromebooks will get this handy feature with Chrome OS 91, expected to arrive on June 1.