Google is adding OCR text from PDFs to digitize those individual words and phrases. The new feature will work on Chromebooks and in the Chrome browser.
Material You For Chromebooks Looks Amazing and Nearly Ready
Those who think the ChromeOS user interface is bland might be interested in Google’s Material You for Chromebooks. And right now it looks amazing.
Is Minecraft on a Chromebook in the works at Microsoft?
Code snippets suggest Microsoft is working testing Minecraft on a Chromebook for users who can’t or don’t want to use the limited Education edition.
ChromeOS 109 release adds 6 new features to Chromebooks
Chromebooks get six key, new features with the ChromeOS 109 release, which is rolling out on the Stable Channel. Here’s what you need to know.
Why Chrome extensions can slow down a Chromebook
Did you know that Chrome extensions can slow down a Chromebook? Just having them active can eat up limited precious memory.
ChromeOS 108 release adds 5 new features to Chromebooks
Chromebooks get five key, new features with the ChromeOS 108 release update, which is rolling out. Here’s what you need to know.
How to use network-based Chromebook recovery
Chrome OS 101 enabled Chromebook recovery over an internet connection. Here’s how to use the network-based Chromebook recovery.
4 Chromebook security tips for data privacy and protection
Here are four Chromebook security tips to improve your data privacy and protection. Giving up some convenience might be worth it.
ChromeOS 110 adds Material You Chromebook theming
ChromeOS 110 adds Material You Chromebook theming, just like Android 12 and up phones get. Here’s what it looks like.
ChromeOS 109 brings video conferencing controls to Chromebooks
A new experimental feature in ChromeOS 109 brings video conferencing controls to Chromebooks in the System tray.
ChromeOS 107 release adds these 6 features to Chromebooks
The ChromeOS 107 release is now available for Chromebooks and other support ChromeOS devices. Here are 6 features it brings.