Chromebooks are handy devices that when used properly can help to boost your productivity. Here are 10 Chromebook keyboard shortcuts to get you started.
Arc Welder is a Chrome extension that lets you install Android applications on a Chromebook using App Runtime for Chrome, ARC. Here’s how it works.
The problem with a Chromebook is its low storage space. The good news is, you can easily setup Crouton installations (for Linux) on an external device. Here’s how.
You might be aware that it’s possible to run a Linux distribution on your Chromebook. but what if you could run Linux in a window? Well, now you can!
Chromebook doesn’t come with a lot of memory, but here’s a quick fix. You can create swap to solve the memory issue. Here’s how it is done.
Operating systems, including Chrome OS, fail all the time, so it’s important to be prepared. Here’s how you can make a Chrome OS recovery disk.
Your digital camera software won’t work in a Chromebook. Here’s what you will need to do to transfer and manage your photos from digital camera in a Chromebook.
Chrome OS has a webcam app that comes pre-installed in the OS, and it’s pretty good. Let’s take a look at Chrome OS’s Camera app as it currently stands.
Do Chromebooks have what it takes to somday replace the desktop PC? Let us know what you think.
Over the past year, Microsoft has been attacking Google with the Scroogled, with the latest targeting Chromebook. Should Microsoft be scared of Chromebooks?
There are quite a few features that can be enabled in the experimental section of Chrome OS. Want to change which side of the screen your launcher is on? Wish your touchpad supported more gestures? Read on to find out about five great features Chrome OS already supports that are buried away under its settings.
If you have got yourself the Chrombook Pixel and find that Chrome OS really isn’t the right match for you, you may be happy to know that it’s both possible and easy to install Ubuntu on a Chromebook Pixel.
Chromebooks have been around for a few years, and it is starting to pick up momentum. The question is: can you get by with using Chromebook as your only computer?
If you want to test out ChromeOS before you decide if you want to get the Chromebook, here is how you can test ChromeOS in Ubuntu.
Google released a much awaited update on Chrome OS since 2009, introducing Chrome OS, Chrome Web store and the Google Chrome Cr-48 netbook. Google’s very own operating system, better known as Chrome OS is expected to change the way we use computers in our day to day lives. The basic concept of Chrome OS is […]
A few of us here at MTE have a bit of a crush on Chrome OS. It’s not just the system itself, it’s the fact that someone is finally taking the concept of an operating system in a new direction. We wrote a brief synopsis of Chrome OS shortly after the first announcement that showed […]
A few weeks ago, Google announced that Chrome OS will be ready for release this fall. Like many Google products, Chrome OS is designed to be a game changer. There are no desktop applications, as we typically think of them. Instead, the entire user experience happens within the browser. Naturally, some people think this is […]
Back in July, Google made BIG waves in the tech industry by announcing the development of a Google operating system based on Linux. For years there’s been speculation about if/when Google would do this, and when the announcement hit, there was no shortage of people throwing in their two cents on how this new contender […]