Droplet brings native cross-platform apps to browsers through WebAssembly

Today, Droplets unveiled its newest product, which combines manageable containers and WebAssembly technology to run native desktop apps directly in Chrome and on Chrome OS devices such as Chromebooks. Yes, if you want to run the full version of Microsoft Office on a Chromebook, even when you’re offline, for example, this technology makes it possible.

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How to take and edit a screenshot on a Chromebook

Taking a screenshot on a Chromebook isn’t the most intuitive action to find but it’s a simple shortcut away. Or rather one of two simple shortcuts, depending on if you want to snap a full image of your screen or a partial image.

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Chrome says goodbye to cryptocurrency mining extensions

Chrome extensions that mine cryptocoins in the background will soon be a thing of the past. Today the Chromium Blog announced that Google will no longer accept new Chrome Web Store extensions that perform this mining. And by the end of June, any existing extensions like these will be de-listed from the Chrome Web Store.

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