Taking a screenshot on a Chromebook a simple shortcut away or button click away. Here are two ways to capture a screenshot.
The Memory Saver performance feature for Chrome has a useful, new option. In ChromeOS 108, you can configure some sites to always stay active.
I’m really enjoying the experimental ChromeOS partial split feature. Here’s how to enable and use partial split on your Chromebook.
Don’t start your week on Sundays? Here’s how you can make the Chromebook Quick View Calendar start weeks on Mondays.
Google is working on a user interface for Chrome browser app management called AppHome, creating a Chrome browser PWA store of sorts.
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.
New Chrome OS 104 features are available in the Stable Channel. After you upgrade your Chromebook, here’s what you get.
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.
Want to have all the files locally stored on your Chromebook backed up? Here’s how to change a Chromebook Downloads folder to Google Drive.
After more than 10 years of ChromeOS, native video editing on Chromebooks is near! Here’s a peek at the feature set for this native application.
Recently, I’ve been more productive on an iPad than on my Chromebook due to Focus Modes. I wish ChromeOS Focus Modes existed like on iOS.