There’s a new flag in Chrome OS 97 to enable virtual desk templates on a Chromebook. This allows you save a virtual workspace with apps and tabs, so you can later restore the space.
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.
At the Adobe MAX event, Adobe announced beta support for limited Photoshop usage on the web, making Adobe Photoshop on Chromebooks a potential reality.
Need to manage multiple Google accounts on the same device? Here’s how the Lacros browser, decoupled from Chrome OS, will improve profile switching on Chromebooks.
One of the very things I love about using a Chromebook is also one of the things I hate. It’s too easy to open a tab to some time and waste time when I should be working. Hello Chromebook site blocker extension!
Chrome OS may soon have its own native Chromebook recovery software. This means you wouldn’t need to use another Chromebook or computer to download the recovery image on a USB stick.
After in-app messaging in Office for Android suggested that Chromebook users would be transitioned to the web, it’s confirmed. Microsoft is ending Chromebook support for Office Android apps.
I’ve been a little frustrated using some of the Android apps installed on my Chromebook lately due to small font sizes. Here’s how to enable custom zoom levels for Android apps on a Chromebook.
After a few hiccups with Chrome OS 91 last month, Google released the Chrome OS 92 Stable Channel update on Monday. Here’s what you need to know about this release for Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices.
In the aftermath of the Chrome OS 91 Stable update issues, there are key lessons to learn. It’s up to you to protect local Chromebook data. Here’s how.
When I’m out working with my Chromebook and iPhone, people often come up to me and ask: “Can you happily use a Chromebook with an iPhone?” The answer is a resounding yes.