The pandemic drove an unusual spike in sales for tablets and Windows laptops, but even as lockdowns end and vaccinations rise, Chromebook sales are continuing to expand at an impressive pace. Here's why it's not slowing down anytime soon.
Google is preparing to add a new Multipaste feature to its Chrome OS virtual keyboard. The new feature will allow Chromebook tablet owners to access the clipboard with just a single tap on the keyboard.
Ultrawide monitors are becoming more and more popular as these monitors provide a bit more screen real estate while saving space on your desk. We've rounded up our favorites for you to decide which ultrawide monitor is the best for your needs.
Typing for hours on end on a slim Chromebook keyboard is OK, but why settle for that when you could be gliding across satisfyingly smooth mechanical keys instead? When you're at home or at the office, mechanical keyboards are what you and your Chromebook deserve!
Using your Chromebook with an external monitor is wonderful, but it can take a little time to adjust to splitting your windows between two screens. Here's how to move your windows over from one screen to the other on a Chromebook.
A lot of schools these days are using Chromebooks for schoolwork rather than traditional books. Some schools don't allow kids to bring Chromebooks home and others only let the older kids take the computer off school grounds. This means, you either have to buy a Chromebook for your child to do their homework, or you can save some money and just add the school account to a shared...
Chrome extensions can revolutionize your workflow and your online shopping, but what good is that price-checking extension if you keep forgetting to open it? Assign your favorite Chrome extension a keyboard shortcut so that it's never more than a single click away.
There are a lot of awesome monitors available today, but the problem with many of them is that they are so loaded with features that the price is just astronomical. Thankfully, there are a plethora of cheap monitors to choose from which include many of the same features as those more-expensive options.
Chromebooks have long been based around the Chrome browser, but the platform's relationship to its eponymous browser has evolved over the years, and now Google is working on a replacement to Chrome. Based on the Linux version of Chrome called Lacros, the new arrangement will make older Chromebooks more useful and more secure for years to come.
Chromebooks are lightweight and portable, but when you're working on one at home, you might as well upgrade your computing experience with an external monitor. Not only will it make working a much better experience, but it'll make lazing about on Twitter and Reddit a much more satisfying affair.