Taking a screenshot on a Chromebook a simple shortcut away or button click away. Here are two ways to capture a screenshot.
What is LaCrOS for Chromebooks and why does it matter?
LaCrOS for Chrome OS aims to decouple the Chrome browser from the Chromebook platform. Is it to extend the life of older Chromebooks? I don’t think so and here’s why.
Here’s the glaring potential flaw in Windows 10X devices as Chromebook competitors
Reports of Windows 10X devices hitting next spring raise specters of the failed Windows RT effort as well these devices being Chromebook competitors. Here’s why they won’t be.
First look at the Shared Clipboard feature coming to Chrome OS 78
Chrome OS 78 is expected to bring a shared text clipping feature that will let you send clipboard contents to or from a Chromebook to any other device running Chrome, including Macs, PCs, and iOS devices.
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.
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.