I recently needed to press the F10 key in an app on my Chromebook. But it doesn’t have one. Here’s how to use function keys on a Chromebook.
Although ChromeOS 104 just arrived, there are new features on the horizon. The latest is for ChromeOS 106, expected to add diacritic typing to Chromebooks and other ChromeOS devices.
Here’s how to reorder browser tabs with Chromebook keyboard shortcuts once this feature arrives. No more mouse or trackpad needed!
The Chrome OS 98 Stable Channel software update is here. What’s inside? Virtual Desk shortcuts, new emojis and a printer fix, to name a few.
Using Linux apps that would be easier to navigate with traditional Function keys? Here’s a setting tucked away to enable using the top-row of a Chromebook keyboard as F1, F2, etc…
Did you know that there are roughly 100 Chrome OS keyboard shortcuts to save you time? Here’s how to view keyboard shortcuts on a Chromebook.
Since Virtual Desks arrived on Chromebooks in Chrome OS 78, the Alt-Tab shortcut has moved between active apps on all desks. A new change, intended for Chrome OS 81, brings the option to use Alt-Tab on a single virtual desk workspace.
Using a mouse with your Chromebook or Chrome tablet? You might accidentally graze that trackpad when typing. Here’s how to disable the trackpad so that doesn’t happen.
Although virtual desk workspaces are coming to Chromebooks in Chrome OS 76, there’s one missing feature: Keyboard shortcuts. It’s not missing any longer: Here are the just added key combos to move between apps and workspaces.