Did you know you can drag and drop apps from your Launcher directly to the System Tray on a Chromebook? Here’s how.
The Chrome OS 97 Stable Channel is rolling out, although Google hasn’t detailed the new features. Here’s what’s in the Chrome OS 97 update for Chromebooks
According to Google, Chrome OS notifications settings have changed in Chrome OS 96. Here’s what’s changed and what isn’t… yet.
Here’s how to add Google side search in Chrome OS 96, a nifty experimental feature that makes the search experience more cohesive on a Chromebook.
After an initial release last month, then getting pulled, the Chrome OS 96 update is back and rolling out to Chromebooks. Here’s what you need to know about this version.
The Chrome OS 96 update for Chromebooks went live on November 30th, which is nearly two weeks ago. At the moment, it’s nowhere to be found.
While you could always spawn multiple containers on a Chromebook, the process wasn’t end-user friendly. Soon it will be, so you can run multiple Linux containers on Chromebooks, using different distros.
On Thursday, Google released the Chrome OS 94 Stable Channel update for Chromebooks with a focus on accessibility. Here’s what you need to know about those, and other features in fixes arriving now.
Need to manage multiple Google accounts on the same device? Here’s how the Lacros browser, decoupled from Chrome OS, will improve profile switching on Chromebooks.
Tired of app notification overload on your Chromebook? A future version of Chrome OS may get individual app notification settings.