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.
ChromeOS 109 brings video conferencing controls to Chromebooks
A new experimental feature in ChromeOS 109 brings video conferencing controls to Chromebooks in the System tray.
ChromeOS 108 performance feature adds an important option
The Memory Saver performance feature for Chrome has a useful, new option. In ChromeOS 108, you can configure some sites to always stay active.
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.
Chromebook privacy indicators for mic and camera in the works
A new ChromeOS feature will bring Chromebook privacy indicators to the system level when using your microphone or camera.
Performance boosts for Chromebooks, Chrome browser on the way
New Performance Settings are in the works that will add performance boosts for Chromebooks and the Chrome browser. Here are the details.
How to enable and use partial split on ChromeOS 105 (video)
I’m really enjoying the experimental ChromeOS partial split feature. Here’s how to enable and use partial split on your Chromebook.
ChromeOS 105 adds keyboard controls for Android games
ChromeOS 105 is due out any day now and it will bring a new experimental feature. ChromeOS 105 adds keyboard controls for Android games.
ChromeOS 106 gets a Follow site option for desktop RSS (updated)
The latest ChromeOS Dev Channel adds a “Follow site” option. This will bring RSS to the side panel on Chromebooks. Google Reader lives on?
Is Google Reader coming back?
After its untimely death in 2013, Google Reader may be resurrected. Is Google Reader coming back with a full Chrome and ChromeOS integration?
Chrome, ChromeOS 106 getting Partial Translate language feature
Both the Chrome browser and ChromeOS 106 are getting a Partial Translate language feature. Here’s how it works.