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With Windows 10 'Sets,' Microsoft takes aim at Chrome OS

Windows 10 "Sets" is Microsoft's answer to Chrome OS's tabbed navigation experience. Here's why that should be very exciting for Windows users. During the last 12 months, Microsoft made some significant advancements in positioning Windows 10 as a viable Chrome OS competitor. Show More Summary

Smart Text Selection finally available in Google Chrome

More than three months later, Smart Text Selection finally makes its way to Google Chrome. Android 8.0 Oreo introduced a lot of new features for our favorite mobile OS, and in my opinion, one of the most underrated ones in Smart Text Selection. Show More Summary

Chromebooks in 2018: Ready for take-off?

Chromebooks account for a small percentage of the PC market, but shipments are on the rise. Will the trend continue, or will Microsoft's Windows 10 S ecosystem halt the advance of Chrome OS?

How to enable Night Light blue light filter on Chrome OS

Night Light is a feature that lets users avoid eye strain when using a screen late at night, and it is now available for Chrome users. As someone who spends most of his waking day staring at one of a few screens, night mode is my favorite feature to come along in the last few years. Show More Summary

How to change your software channel on Chrome OS

Chrome OS has a stable, beta and developer channel. Here's what they mean and how to switch between them. One of the greatest strengths of Chrome OS is its stability: whenever I hand someone a Chromebook or set them up with a Chromebox, I know they're not going to run into any problems. Show More Summary

Best Samsung Laptops, Tablets, and Chromebooks

When you’re looking for a mobile computer today your options are better than ever. You can choose between: laptops and tablets; cheap and expensive; Windows, Android, and Chrome OS; and many other things. Samsung has a foot in each one of these markets. Show More Summary

6 Ways to Replace the Chrome App Launcher

The Chrome App Launcher has presented itself in many different guises since it first hit computers back in 2013. Although the launcher still exists on Chrome OS, the desktop version of the app is now a shadow of its former self. What was once a fast way to access a list of your Chrome web apps has become a mere shortcut to chrome://apps. Show More Summary

You Can Now Use Microsoft Office on a Chromebook

It looks as though Microsoft Office is finally available on Chrome OS. It isn’t available on every single Chromebook, and you may still need an Office 365 subscription to take full advantage. But still, this brings to an end one of the major reasons some people reject Chromebooks. Show More Summary

Microsoft Office is now available for all Chromebooks

Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are all finally here for everyone. Thanks to relentless software updates and exciting hardware options, Chrome OS is now a realistic alternative for a desktop operating system that can be used over the likes of Windows and macOS. Show More Summary

Samsung’s Chromebook Pro could top the Pixelbook by adding this missing feature

Samsung's impressive premium Chrome OS convertible laptop could be about to get even better.

Google Fuchsia Can Run Swift Applications

It seems Google is putting the building blocks together for their next operating system. Fuchsia looks like a potential candidate for replacing both Android and Chrome OS eventually - kind of like how Microsoft envisaged Windows 10 as a one-size-fits-all platform. Show More Summary

Asus Chromebox Review: Chrome OS Goes Desktop

3 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

The Asus Chromebox is an early experiment in putting Chrome OS into a tiny desktop, and it feels like it. You can get online and enjoy a range of web apps and extensions, but the little desktops limitations are hard to ignore.

Split-screen is finally available for Chrome OS in tablet mode

4 weeks agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Chrome OS devices have a feature called "tablet mode" for devices with touchscreens. Something that people like to do with large-screen tablets is use multiple apps side-by-side.

Pixelbook will soon do split-screen multitasking in tablet mode

Your Pixelbook's about to get a lot more productive. If you've got the spare $1000 to spend, Google's Pixelbook currently offers the absolute best Chrome OS experience you can find. However, that doesn't mean the device is without its issues. Show More Summary

CrossOver on Chrome OS lets you run Windows apps on Chromebooks

Supported on Chromebooks running Android 5.0 or later with x86 processors. Over the past year or so, Chrome OS has gone from an affordable computing solution for the classroom into something that's also practical as a daily operating system for a lot of people. Show More Summary

Chrome Has a Malware Problem, and Google Needs to Fix It

Malware is now common in the Chrome Web Store. Unless Google does something, the Chrome browser and OS may become just as unsafe as Android.

HP Chromebook, Intel Celeron Giveaway

This isn't a review, just a giveaway from HP!   HP Chromebook, Intel Celeron N2840, 4GB RAM, 16GB eMMC with Chrome OS (14-ak040nr) HP Chromebook: Enjoy the convenience of portability with this HP Chromebook. It has 4GB of RAM and anShow More Summary

Google's Next Android Update Could Turn Chromebooks Into Texting Machines

Chrome OS is getting there. What started out as a way to make an OS that runs well on inexpensive laptop components is slowly marching to a point where it may actually be a real competitor to Windows, macOS and Linux. And based on aShow More Summary

Google Pixelbook: Worse than a Microsoft Surface or MacBook Pro?

On October 4th, Google unveiled a bunch of new products alongside the Pixel 2 smartphone. The Google Pixelbook featured among these — the search giant’s third attempt at making a high-end laptop running Chrome OS. The Pixelbook checks many boxes for people spending $1,000 on a thin-and-light notebook. Show More Summary

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