How to enable Picture-in-Picture on a Chromebook

If you’re on Chrome OS 68, you can install a Picture in Picture extension that lets you watch any web video in a re-sizable, floating windows that’s always on top of other windows.

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How to mount Linux container files in the Chrome OS Files app for Project Crostini

It’s pretty easy to mount files from a Linux container to the Files app on a Chromebook running Project Crostini: A manual implementation of what Google plans to bring to the Files app on a Chromebook.

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Linux apps option appears in Chrome OS settings on Dev Channel

Project Crostini is moving forward quickly to bring full-fledged Linux apps to Chrome OS. The latest Dev Channel update for the platform makes it easier to enable Linux support.

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Here’s what Progressive Web Apps, or PWAs, look like on a Chromebook

Since I recently flipped from Stable to Dev to test Linux apps on my Pixelbook, I decided to install a few PWAs and generally, I’m impressed by the speed and the native look & feel of these. Here’s how to try them on your Chromebook.

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First look: Running full Linux apps on a Chromebook with Project Crostini

After flipping over to the Chrome OS Dev Channel, I got Crostini up and running on my Pixelbook. Here’s how to do the same for a full, secure Linux desktop environment and what it looks like.

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What’s the difference between Developer Mode and the Dev Channel on a Chromebook?

New Chromebook owners eventually hear about both Developer Mode and the Dev Channel of Chrome OS, wondering if they’re the same thing. They’re not.

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