Here are four Chromebook security tips to improve your data privacy and protection. Giving up some convenience might be worth it.
Did you know that Chrome extensions can hurt Chromebook performance? Here’s what to consider before installing another extension.
Here’s a first look a the new Microsoft 365 Chromebook integration. It brings a seamless Office productivity workflow to ChromeOS.
The ChromeOS 115 release is now rolling out to most supported devices on the Stable Channel. Here’s a rundown of the several new Chromebook features.
My new favorite Chromebook read-later app is Omnivore. I prefer it far more to the native Reading List app on my Chromebook thanks to its many useful features.
I’m often asked “Why buy a Chromebook when you can get a Mac or PC for the same price and do so much more?” Here’s why I use a Chromebook.
Here’s a first look at the updated Google Password Manager Chromebook app, which can be installed as a PWA in the latest ChromeOS beta software.
Taking a screenshot on a Chromebook a simple shortcut away or button click away. Here are two ways to capture a screenshot.
Google is finally planning to use different icons for web apps and other apps on Chromebooks. The change will use squircles for ChromeOS web app icons, but….
Google has some new ChromeOS privacy controls coming to Chromebooks. Essentially, you’ll have a software kill switch for your mic and webcam.
Want to see the last five items in your ChromeOS clipboard history? Use the Launcher + V keyboard shortcut. Don’t get used to it though, a new combo is coming.