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Chromebooks have been designed to use for internet browsing and as a resource-efficient productivity tool. Hence, some users may wonder how to use a Chromebook as a monitor.
Connecting a Chromebook to a desktop PC or laptop to use it as a monitor or as a secondary monitor is not a native feature built into Chrome […]
Chromebooks are a great solution for people who need a small, fast laptop for everyday use and small projects. However, like all technology, sometimes Chromebooks run into problems; whether it is a crash, a freeze, or any number of occasional small difficulties.
These problems can be very frustrating when they pop up. But when these types […]
Chromebooks have been on the market since 2011 and have become very popular with educators. They operate on Google’s Chrome OS, and function primarily online.
Because they use Google apps, such as Google Docs and Gmail, they store all work automatically online, so that you can log onto any computer to access important documents.
Generally, the chrome os developer mode offers you a level of control and management of your OS in a manner comparable to rooting an Android phone or jailbreaking an iPhone.
Certain Chromebooks have a physical switch for developer mode, and Chromium keeps a list of all such models.
For other models, there is a specific set of instructions […]
You have probably experienced that your Chromebook´s system microphone or plugged in mic is not working with any Linux app?
Regardless of the full integration of Linux App supported with¨linux Beta¨ flag on Chromebooks has happened a while ago, the audio of the Linux games and apps was a real problem. We know how frustrating it […]
Taking a screenshot on a Chromebook is a little tricky at first, but going to be very easy when you know how to do it.
First of all, if you go to your settings and check out your keyboard´s configuration where you can find all useful short keys for that specific Chromebooks of yours. Let ́s […]
Crostini is a much-awaited chrome os feature to support Linux applications on Chromebooks.
A Uniformed name for organized User Interface (UI) for Linux applications support on Chromebooks.
In nutshell, Crostini is a code name for Linx (beta) feature we are having currently on our Chromebooks since the chrome Os 69 System´s Update.
The main idea is behind to […]
Chromebook users now can enjoy a very useful feature with the recent update to organize themselves. A virtual desktop environment where you can divide your work and pleasure desktops separately for quick navigation between them.
How to Access New Desk?
Accessing Or creating a new desktop is really easy, there is a key combination:
SHIFT + F5 (located […]