Chrome OS

How to Run Ubuntu Container in Chrome OS
Since Chrome OS 69, Chrome OS users (on selected Chromebooks) can install and use Linux apps. Referred to as project Crostini, what it does is run a L...
How to Manage Zip Files in Chromebook
If you just bought a Chromebook and are wondering how to unzip the compressed files your friend sent to you or zip up a bunch of files so you can send...
What Is a Chromebook, and How Does It Differ from a Laptop?
If you are looking for a new computer, a Chromebook is an option for traditional PCs and Macs. They look like laptops from the outside, but once you l...
How to Tighten Up Your Privacy on a Chromebook
In a previous article, I discussed how to secure your Chromebook to make it a safer experience when browsing online; however, there is another element...
How to Take Screenshots on a Chromebook
The process of taking screenshots on a Chromebook may be different from doing it on a Windows PC or a Mac, but not drastically different. You may be a...
Chromebooks Will Soon Be Able to Dual-Boot with Windows 10
If you keep tabs on Chromebooks, you'll know how finicky it is to get Windows 10 running on one. Chromebooks don't naturally support Windows - you hav...
How to Secure Your Chromebook
Chromebooks are Google's lightweight laptop that run on Chrome OS. These machines are designed to be used primarily while connected to the Internet, w...
How to Reset or Powerwash Your Chromebook
If you're having problems with your Chromebook, you may need to do a factory reset to return it to its original state. You may also want to wipe all o...
5 of the Best Text Editors for Chromebook You Should Use
I have heard critics refer to Chromebook as just a browser. This cannot get any further away from the truth. Chromebook, in contrast, is a total appli...