Chromebooks don’t naturally support Windows, but that could change after Google announced they will support dual-booting Windows 10 on their Chromebooks.
Chromebooks are secured by design, but that doesn’t mean you can’t further secure it. Here are some ways you can improve the security of your Chromebook.
Most OSes come with a text editor by default, but not for Chromebook. If you are looking for one, here are some of the best text editors for Chromebook you should use.
Chrome OS now comes with support for Android apps, but which Android apps for Chromebook should you use?
The password manager you are using on your Desktop might not work in Chrome OS. Here are some of the best password managers that work in Chrome OS.
Chromebooks are a surprisingly diverse market and are becoming very popular. Looking to buy one? This guide will help you choose the right Chromebook for you.
Chromebook is not meant to run Windows apps, but if you need it to, here are some ways you can use Windows apps on Chromebook.
Some prior facts about Chromebook and Chrome OS are no longer true today.
Now that Android apps are increasingly available to use on Chromebooks, you can play the best Android games on Google’s lightweight laptops. We’ve picked out our fully-functioning favorites.
What is the difference between Chrome OS and Android? The separation just became more confusing with the addition of touch support in Chrome OS tablets.
Over the past year Google has been letting you install the Play Store and run Android apps on your Chromebook. If you own a Chromebook, read on to see how to install Android apps on your device.
With Microsoft releasing Windows 10 S as a budget laptop, you might wonder whether to get ChromeOS or Windows 10 S. Let’s find out their differences.
For those who have switched to Chrome OS from Windows, this article will go over some of the popular alternatives to Windows apps for Chrome OS.
There comes a point where your laptop’s best days are behind it, but you can convert your old laptop to a Chromebook and give it a new lease on life. Here’s how.
NayuOS is a Chrome OS fork that takes the good of Chrome OS, sifts through the bad, and creates a totally free, secure and open environment that people can use to develop software on.
Wondering what’s so great about Chromebooks and Chrome OS? Here are 6 reasons why you may want to consider getting a Google Chromebook.
Bored with Chrome OS? GalliumOS is a specialized Linux distribution based on Ubuntu for Chromebooks only. Is it worth using? Let’s find out!
What do you get when you combine Chrome OS and Ubuntu? Chromixium OS! This review will show you all that this unique Linux distro has to offer.
Wish you could wipe ChromeOS and install something else? Good news! You can replace your Chromebook BIOS with the help of a modified BIOS called SeaBIOS.
Are you on a Chromebook, Chromebox or Chrometop & interested in checking out the latest features for Chrome OS? Here’s how to do that by switching channels.