High refresh rate displays are officially a thing now on Chrome OS from version 85 onwards, with support emerging from behind a flag and making its way into the settings app. It's easy to use and will make your experience smoother than ever.
The Lenovo Flex 5 hits all the right check marks from price to performance to portability, and it's finally back in stock on Amazon. Buy it now at $410 before we're back to the $650 price gouger listings.
Major laptop manufacturers have a shortage of millions of laptops that will affect students returning to classes. With many students having to learn virtually, the shortage could have a major impact across the United States.
NVIDIA's cloud gaming platform, GeForce Now, continues to go from strength to strength and today the company is announcing support, initially as a beta, for Chromebooks. Assuming your portable Google-powered laptop meets the requirements, you can hook up to GeForce Now and play your favorite PC games without the need for a gaming laptop.
Google's new Chrome OS developer portal wants to teach devs the many ways Chrome OS apps can be built. It will focus on Android apps, Linux apps, and progressive web apps as Google touts improved Chromebook uptake to lure in developers.
This offer at Best Buy brings the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 down to about half the cost of other Project Athena Chromebooks on the market. Plus, you can score a pair of Jabra Elite 65t wireless earbuds for just $20 with the purchase.
If you've ever wanted or needed to access a file on the office computer from home, or vice versa, chances are you've been pretty frustrated. Never fear — we'll show you how to use Chrome's Remote Desktop feature to securely access your computer from another device, wherever you may be!
So many of our how-to guides help you get the most out of your devices, but sometimes it's cool just to goof off and have a bit of fun. Here's how you can impress your friends by making your Chromebook do a "barrel roll."
One of the great things about using Chromebooks is their connection to Google apps and services for functions like accessing and sharing large files, but did you know that you can also download bulk files and open them locally? We'll show you how to unzip (and re-zip) large files on a Chromebook.
Many Chromebooks have touchscreens, and many of those are 2-in-1 devices that can also convert into tablet mode. We'll show you how to use the latest gesture navigation features so that you become a Chromebook power user whether you're in laptop or tablet mode.
Chromebooks are awesome for lots of reasons, not the least of which is how easy it is to use them with multiple accounts. We'll show you how to switch between users so that your Chromebook can be used by the entire family, or your friends or coworkers, without exposing your personal information or data.
Chromebooks are wonderful for many reasons, but one of my favorites is that they require virtually no effort to back up. Take a look at just how much on your Chromebook is backed up automatically and how little you'll need to save manually.
Chromebooks are quite powerful nowadays, as you get the best of Chrome OS and the Google Play Store on a single device. It's important to stay productive, and you don't want to get bogged down by not knowing how to do even the simplest of tasks. Here's how you can copy and paste on a Chromebook.
Notifications are a great way to keep on top of messages, news, and updates, but sometimes they can get out of control. We'll show you you to tame the barrage of notifications that you might be getting on your Chromebook, and put you back in control and back on track.
Chromebooks support picture-in-picture capability, making it easy for you to keep an eye on that cat video while "working" on other projects. There are a couple of easy ways to enable this feature, and we'll show you how to get started!