Step aside integrated ChromeOS Calendar and make room for tasks. More specifically, make room for this native system tray Tasks app on Chromebooks.
Chromebook and ultrawide monitor? It’s a productivity boost!
Thanks to solid ChromeOS support, a Chromebook and ultrawide monitor are a match made in heaven when it comes to productivity.
I wanted Android app streaming on Chromebooks, but now I’m not sure
After watching a 2020 Microsoft Surface demo of Your Phone, I was convinced I wanted Android app streaming on Chromebooks. Now I’m not so sure.
Use Microsoft 365 and OneDrive? They’re getting better on Chromebooks
Microsoft 365 and OneDrive will both be integrated better on Chromebooks. Last year, I reported on this effort and it’s coming soon.
How to maximize and minimize windows with Chromebook keyboard shortcuts
Here’s how to quickly maximize and minimize windows with Chromebook keyboard shortcuts. It works with tabs, PWAs and Android apps.
$1,019 Lenovo ThinkPad C14 Chromebook sale drops price to $662.35
This Lenovo ThinkPad C14 Chromebook sale gets you one of the most powerful 12th gen Intel Chromebooks for $662.35, which is 35 percent off.
Chromebook automation widgets are a possibility with AutoCrOS
Do you use custom automations on your phone or in your home? You may be able to do the same with AutoCrOS and Chromebook automation widgets.
Chrome OS 105 partial split windows and multitasking button details
With the latest software update, I see more details using Chrome OS 105 partial split windows. There’s a tweaked multitasking button too.
Chromebooks get these 7 new Chrome OS 103 features
New Chrome OS 103 features are available in the Stable Channel. After you upgrade your Chromebook, here’s what you get.
Chromebook how-to: Drag and drop apps from Launcher to the System Tray
Did you know you can drag and drop apps from your Launcher directly to the System Tray on a Chromebook? Here’s how.
Chrome OS 100 lets you open events from the Calendar quick settings
The newest Dev Channel for Chrome OS 100 opens calendar events from a Chromebook’s date and time, popping up the Google Calendar app.