Don’t have enough local storage to run Linux on your Chromebook? You might be able to run Linux or another OS from a USB stick or memory card based on this code.
Back in 2009, Chrome OS was shown off as a modern OS with simplicity. Since then Android, Linux, and soon, Windows 10, are part of the experience. Some say the simplicity is gone. Here’s why I disagree.
Linux opened the door to Android development on Chromebooks thanks to Android Studio support. Now, a handful of devices open it further with support for Android device emulation within Chrome OS.
While Parallels will bring Windows 10 support to Chromebooks in the enterprise this fall, it seems some newer Chromebooks support nested KVM now, allowing you to run Windows 10 in a VM within the Linux container of Chrome OS.
Those not happy with Android apps on Chromebooks might be tempted by Apple’s transition to ARM-powered Macs. Why? The company will have a unified desktop and mobile app platform that appears to perform better.
Chrome OS 84 is expected to bring multiple tabs and customization settings to the Linux Terminal on Chromebooks. But you can preview the settings now for an early look. Here’s how.
Heavy users of Linux on Chromebooks have been waiting for some key features to arrive in Chrome OS. As a result of prioritization, these three aren’t coming until Chrome OS 84 at the earliest.
There’s a number of new gestures, visual changes and improvements for both Chromebook users and developers in Chrome OS 81. Here’s what you need to know.
Now that Chrome OS 80 is out, any new Linux Crostini containers will run Debian Buster instead of Stretch. I restored a Stretch container backup on Buster but it didn’t work.
Initially expected around February 11, Chrome OS 80 Stable Channel lands on Chromebooks starting today. Here’s what you need to know about the upgrade, which has some new UI tweaks, a Linux change and more.
Did you download LibreOffice or some other Linux app as a .tar.gz file on your Chromebook? You’ll need to roll up your sleeves and run a few Linux commands to install it. Here’s how.