This upcoming change to Chrome OS is expected to bring a 50% speed boost for faster palm rejection on Chromebooks.
Chrome OS 97 added an experimental but limited quick view calendar. Chrome OS 99 now shows Google Calendar events there.
Chrome OS 97 adds an on-device Chromebook grammar checker that works on or offline. Here’s how to use it.
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 latest Dev Channel of Chrome OS adds Chromebook snooping detection to watch your back. You’ll know when someone behind you is sneaking a peek. Here’s how it works.
You might not browse as much as I do; in fact, I hope not. Even if you only surf the web a few hours weekly, my favorite hidden Chrome OS feature makes this a better experience.
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.
If you want to add a full restore on a Chromebook to reopen all apps from the previous session, you can do it. Here’s how to enable and use the experimental flag in Chrome OS 92.
After years of waiting, it appears that an upcoming version of Chrome OS will allow you to sort apps on Chromebooks. Huzzah!
Tired of sending links to pages and have people ask what part it was you wanted them to read? Here’s how to solve that problem by enabling the Copy Link to Text highlight in Chrome OS 90.
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.