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.
Improved Chromebook window tiling is here on the Dev Channel. Here’s a first look at the ChromeOS 105 partial split window interface.
Google is working to bring pinned, floating windows to Chromebooks. Recent code shows that Chrome OS tablets will get resizable windows too.
Several readers have asked: can you use the Lenovo Duet 3 Chromebook with a monitor? The short answer is yes and it works really well.
New Chrome OS 102 features are available in the Stable Channel. After you upgrade your Chromebook, here’s what you get.
Are you big saved tab groups user in Chrome? Google planned to put these in the side panel but that effort is on hold. And I’m OK with that.
Here’s how to reorder browser tabs with Chromebook keyboard shortcuts once this feature arrives. No more mouse or trackpad needed!
Google Chrome 101 arrives and one of the new features is the ability to save password notes. Here’s how to use it.
Did you know that you can quickly learn to use Chrome OS with just a web browser? This simulator is right up your alley if you’re a new Chromebook user.
Need to connect an iPhone to a Chromebook to move photos? There are two easy ways to do it and one can even free up iPhone storage space.
How many browser bookmarks can you see at once on Google Chrome? I could have access to at least 30, and not in folders but in plain sight. Here’s how.