I’m all in with Lacros as my primary browser. So far, Lacros in Chrome OS 100 offers a comparable experience to the native Chrome OS browser.
I read and watched a dozen Steam Deck reviews. Why? They can tell you how well Chromebooks and Steam will, or won’t, work.
Been holding out to play PC games on your Chromebook? Steam gaming on Chromebooks will scratch that itch but you’ll probably need new hardware.
After watching Samsung’s Unpacked event, I immediately thought the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 line should run Chrome OS. So, why doesn’t it?
RGB keyboards for Chrome OS are just another incremental step in what’s now been a multi-year effort for Google gaming Chromebooks.
The Chrome OS 97 Stable Channel is rolling out, although Google hasn’t detailed the new features. Here’s what’s in the Chrome OS 97 update for Chromebooks
How secure is a Chromebook after it stops getting Chrome OS updates? It still works but the OS and browser can’t be patched. Two strategies may change that.
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.