The latest Chrome OS 98 Dev Channel update has finally add management of multiple Chromebook Linux containers. Here’s what it looks like and how it works.
I can see a future where a Microsoft Surface Edgebook could challenge Chromebooks in education. Why? The company has all of the pieces to make a viable competitor.
Tired of using browser extensions to share content from your Chromebook? Here’s how to use a native feature to easily share web content to PWAs or nearby devices on a Chromebook.
Microsoft Edge for Linux is now out of beta status and generally available for Linux. Here’s how to install that version of Microsoft Edge on a Chromebook and why you might want to.
While you could always spawn multiple containers on a Chromebook, the process wasn’t end-user friendly. Soon it will be, so you can run multiple Linux containers on Chromebooks, using different distros.
At the Adobe MAX event, Adobe announced beta support for limited Photoshop usage on the web, making Adobe Photoshop on Chromebooks a potential reality.
I’m thrilled to see the sheer volume of Chromebook coverage on the rise. Everyone once in a while though, I read the latest coverage and almost wish I hadn’t because it perpetuates Chromebook myths.
I’m thrilled to hear reports of Google chips in Chromebooks. But there are some very important things to keep in mind before the reported chips arrive in 2023.
Even after two weeks of using the Lenovo IdeaPad 5i Chromebook, this little laptop continues to surprise me. With fantastic performance from the newest Pentium Gold, this Chromebook really shines for the price.
Did you hear? There’s a new major update of a desktop operating system now available. It’s Debian Bullseye. And Chrome OS 94 brings Debian Bullseye to Linux on Chromebooks.
While it’s not a perfect secondary app solution, Linux on your Chromebook can be useful. Scary to some, yes, but still useful. Are you using it?