Here are the best hidden ChromeOS features I use on my Chromebook. They’re experimental so I show you how to enable and use them.
I now have a working Virtual Desks button on my Chromebook Shelf with ChromeOS 116. Here’s how to add it, use it, and what it looks like on Chromebooks.
Here’s a first look at the updated Google Password Manager Chromebook app, which can be installed as a PWA in the latest ChromeOS beta software.
The ChromeOS 114 release is now rolling out to most supported devices on the Stable Channel. Here’s a rundown of the several new Chromebook features.
Want to see the last five items in your ChromeOS clipboard history? Use the Launcher + V keyboard shortcut. Don’t get used to it though, a new combo is coming.
A new experimental feature in ChromeOS 109 brings video conferencing controls to Chromebooks in the System tray.
The Memory Saver performance feature for Chrome has a useful, new option. In ChromeOS 108, you can configure some sites to always stay active.
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.
A new ChromeOS feature will bring Chromebook privacy indicators to the system level when using your microphone or camera.
New Performance Settings are in the works that will add performance boosts for Chromebooks and the Chrome browser. Here are the details.
I’m really enjoying the experimental ChromeOS partial split feature. Here’s how to enable and use partial split on your Chromebook.