A new ChromeOS feature will bring Chromebook privacy indicators to the system level when using your microphone or camera.
A new feature may bring automatic disk storage resizing to Linux on Chromebooks. Here’s what we know about Storage Ballooning.
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.
It’s 2022 and you’re using Linux on a Chromebook. So why are you using apt to install apps? Here’s why you should try Nala for Linux.
I’m often asked “Why buy a Chromebook when you can get a Mac or PC for the same price and do so much more?” Here’s why I use a Chromebook.
Chrome Enterprise users relying on Ansible will be happy that Chrome OS 105 adds support for Ansible Playbooks in Linux on Chromebooks.
In support of Project Bruschetta, the Chrome OS 103 Linux Terminal is prepped for Guest OS installs on a Chromebook.
The Google Chrome OS 101 update is here for all supported devices on the Stable Channel. Here’s what you need to know.
The original three core Chrome OS principles of Speed, Simplicity, and Security are now four. Here’s how and why Stability is a new primary function of Chrome OS.
If you’re using Linux on a Chromebook, you might not know there’s a new version of Debian. Here’s how to upgrade to Debian Bullseye 11.3.
After roughly two years of effort, Steam launches on Chromebooks today in alpha to bring native gaming to Chrome OS. Here’s what you need to know.