Both the Chrome browser and ChromeOS 106 are getting a Partial Translate language feature. Here’s how it works.
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First look: ChromeOS 105 partial split window options
Improved Chromebook window tiling is here on the Dev Channel. Here’s a first look at the ChromeOS 105 partial split window interface.
Here’s a look at the Chrome OS Personalization Hub on Chromebooks
In Chrome OS, the device personalization options are in the Settings. Now you can see the Chrome OS Personalization Hub on Chromebooks.
Chrome OS Diagnostics app gains some new tricks
The Google Chrome OS Diagnostics app will soon let you test input devices and other peripherals. Here’s a first look in Chrome OS 102.
Chromebook owners will get to disable automatic Chrome OS updates. YES!
In June of 2019, I called for Google to give consumers the ability to disable Chrome OS automatic updates. A new code change suggests that’s coming.
Chrome OS 100 brings the first look at animated screensavers for Chromebooks
The latest Dev Channel release of Chrome OS 100 offers the first look at animated screensavers for Chromebooks.
Chrome OS 100 lets you open events from the Calendar quick settings
The newest Dev Channel for Chrome OS 100 opens calendar events from a Chromebook’s date and time, popping up the Google Calendar app.
Chrome OS change expected to bring 50% faster palm rejection on Chromebooks
This upcoming change to Chrome OS is expected to bring a 50% speed boost for faster palm rejection on Chromebooks.
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.
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 96 update arrives (again): What you need to know
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.