New Chromebook owners eventually hear about both Developer Mode and the Dev Channel of Chrome OS, wondering if they’re the same thing. They’re not. Here’s an explanation and how to change Chrome OS channels on your Chromebook.
Google is working on a hardware diagnostics app for Chromebooks and you can try it in Chrome OS 88. Here’s how to get info on your CPU and memory usage as well as some other useful information.
The Stable Channel for Chrome OS 87 is now rolling out to Chromebooks, bringing new native and experimental features. An improved photo editor, hand-drawn wallpapers and the experimental Read Later are just some of them. Here’s what you need to know.
Chrome OS 86 updates started to arrive on Chromebooks, then stopped and now they’re back. It’s been a wild two weeks for the Stable Channel, but it looks like we’re back on track.
In mid-October, Google began updating Chromebooks to the Chrome OS 86 Stable Channel. Now most devices show that Chrome OS 85 is the most recent, indicating a temporary pull-back of the latest software.
The Stable Channel of Chrome OS 86 is available for most Chromebooks, bringing improved accessibility features, UI changes and new features. Here’s what you need to know.
Got a pen-enabled Chromebook? If so, chances are good that Chrome OS 85 added AI-based handwriting recognition to your device, turning that chicken scratch into readable text. Here’s what it looks like and how it works.
The Stable Channel for Chrome OS 85 is starting to rollout to Chromebooks. You’ll see WiFi password sync between devices, a new microphone slider and more. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
Google is touting a pair of new features found in Chrome OS 79 which arrives today as a Stable Channel update. There’s more behind the scenes though, so here’s what you need to know when upgrading your Chromebook software.
Google has quietly rolled out the Stable Version of Chrome OS 77, which is available now for nearly all Chromebooks. Here’s what in, and not in, the new software release.