Chromebooks get ChromeOS 106 this week as Google has started pushing the Stable Channel update to many devices. Here’s what you need to know
New Chrome OS 102 features are available in the Stable Channel. After you upgrade your Chromebook, here’s what you get.
Last week, a new Google Chrome zero-day bug was patched. My Chromebook got that patch before nearly all other Chromebooks, thanks to Lacros.
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 98 Stable Channel software update is here. What’s inside? Virtual Desk shortcuts, new emojis and a printer fix, to name a few.
As we’ve recently seen, sometimes a bug gets by testing with a new Chrome OS Stable Channel release. Here’s how to revert Chrome OS back to a prior version.
Chrome OS 97 adds an on-device Chromebook grammar checker that works on or offline. Here’s how to use it.
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.
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.