I’ve been tracking a bug for since April relating to Chromebook cameras still broken, even after 8 ChromeOS releases and a potential fix.
Chrome OS 97
Fix for the Chrome OS 97 printer bug on ARM Chromebooks is found
I recently reported a bug introduced in Chrome OS 97 causing Chromebooks to not print to HP printers. Today, Google merged a fix for the Chrome OS 97 printer bug after testing the solution.
Chromebook won’t print to an HP printer with Chrome OS 97? You’re not alone (updated)
Likely related to a recent software Chrome OS 97 update, users are reporting that their Chromebook won’t print to an HP printer. Here’s the status and a workaround.
Chrome OS 99 integrates Google Calendar events on the new calendar quick view
Chrome OS 97 added an experimental but limited quick view calendar. Chrome OS 99 now shows Google Calendar events there.
What Chrome OS feedback would you give to Google?
If we Chromebook users don’t submit Chrome OS feedback to Google, it will make changes as it sees fit. Here’s how to send yours.
How to enable the on-device Chromebook grammar check in Chrome OS 97
Chrome OS 97 adds an on-device Chromebook grammar checker that works on or offline. Here’s how to use it.
Chrome OS 97 Stable Channel arrives: What you need to know
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
Chrome OS 97 adds custom virtual desk templates for saving apps and workspaces
There’s a new flag in Chrome OS 97 to enable virtual desk templates on a Chromebook. This allows you save a virtual workspace with apps and tabs, so you can later restore the space.
Chrome OS Sharing Hub has a nice copy to clipboard Chromebook feature
I previously wrote about the upcoming Chrome OS Sharing Hub which adds a sharing icon to shoot a web link to my installed Progressive Web Applications. A Chrome OS flag adds copy to clipboard functionality to the Hub.
You’ll soon be able to easily run multiple Linux containers on Chromebooks
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.