Windows-based PCs have a characteristic startup sound that makes itself noticeable every time you turn your computer on. While this is something that doesn’t come enabled by default on Chrome OS, there is surely a way you can get it working on your device right now. In this article, therefore, we’ll show you how to do just that. Let’s dive right in.Chrome Ready – How to enable startup sound on your Chromebook
For a large majority of folks at home, a Chromebook will be sufficient, will be cheaper in cost, and will be easier to maintain. I personally own one, use it a whole lot and highly recommend these Chrome OS based computers.Thank you for visiting
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Most of my Chromebook conversations are with people buying them for kids. But these Q&A sessions regularly end with them asking “Should I buy one for myself?” And the stock answer is usually, “It depends on your needs.” But after just a little digging, many people realize they simply don’t need to do any more than what can be done on a Chromebook — Read More @ c|net
In the near future, your new Chromebook will probably have Google Meet and Chat – the company’s video and messaging applications – pre-installed. In fact, should a new Chromium bug report find its way to the finish line, these two apps could very well be installed by default on all Chrome OS devices … Read More @ Chrome Unboxed
“Ctrl + Alt + / or ?” is probably the best keyboard shortcut to remember when using a Chromebook. Why? This keyboard shortcut will bring up a master listing of all the keyboard shortcuts you can use on a Chromebook.Thank you for visiting
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Operating a computer can get tedious and time-consuming as time goes by. If you’re an IT person or simply someone who has to spend long, hard hours on a device, you realize how useful it would be to have shortcuts to your work. Quite fortunately, that is exactly what brings us to the topic of today’s article – shortcuts on Chrome OS.
Lenovo is releasing four new Windows 10 clamshell PCs and four matching Chromebooks aimed at students and teachers.
In Chrome OS 89, Google rolled out a new Clipboard History feature that works a lot like the one found on Android. Specifically, that’s on Google’s Gboard on Android. With the clipboard feature in place, users can access the last five items they copied or cut in one place.