Did you know you can drag and drop apps from your Launcher directly to the System Tray on a Chromebook? Here’s how.
The newest Dev Channel for Chrome OS 100 opens calendar events from a Chromebook’s date and time, popping up the Google Calendar app.
This upcoming change to Chrome OS is expected to bring a 50% speed boost for faster palm rejection on Chromebooks.
You might think that the newly reported Chrome OS Self Share is some new amazing feature. Did you know you can use it now?
Chrome OS 97 added an experimental but limited quick view calendar. Chrome OS 99 now shows Google Calendar events there.
I previously wrote about the upcoming Chrome OS Sharing Hub which adds a sharing icon to shoot a web link to my installed Progressive Web Applications. A Chrome OS flag adds copy to clipboard functionality to the Hub.
Microsoft this week announced an online version of its popular VS Code integrated development environment (IDE), bringing a new option for people who want to code on a Chromebook.
My hope though for today’s Pixel 6 launch event? Google shows off a feature to run Android apps on a Chromebook from the phone. Here’s why.
Earlier this year Hyper introduced some Works with Chromebook docks, and now the company is expanding the product line. One is a USB Type-C to Type-A 10Gbps Adapter while the other is a USB-Type C 4K 60Hz HDMI Adapter.
Google’s Cursive app for Chromebooks, originally exclusive to the new HP Chromebook X2 11, is now widely available. Here’s how to install and use it, even if without a pen-enabled Chromebook.
If you want to add a full restore on a Chromebook to reopen all apps from the previous session, you can do it. Here’s how to enable and use the experimental flag in Chrome OS 92.