News, tips, and other articles related to Google’s Chrome OS, the lean Linux-based operating system uses on Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and more.
Here's your first look at the new login and lock screen designs coming to Chrome OS. The revamp, inspired by Material Design, is currently in testing.
It's a question many have been asking over the past few months, as open-source enthusiasts rallied around reports that show Linux marketshare gaining ground for another consecutive month.
An easy way to access and enter emoji is available in Chrome OS, courtesy of the (dully named) 'input device menu'.
The image viewer (come-editor) that’s included in Chrome OS is useful enough, right? That is until you want to resize an image. Chrome’s built-in image editor can’t handle anything that exotic. At least, not yet. Photo […]
Google is looking to add support for pre-loaded OEM apps on new Chrome OS devices — does this mean the era of Chromebook bloatware?
Google has changed the app launcher icon used in Chrome OS in the latest developer channel update.
Google is making it easier to log back in to your Chromebooks with the addition of a new PIN Unlock feature, now in testing.
Running the latest Chrome OS Developer channel build on your Chromebook? If so, you’re in for a treat the next time you press F5. Spotlighted by Google’s Francois Beaufort today, a new-look Chrome OS Overview mode is […]
Chromebook users can now make voice calls using Skype for Web, as the popular VoIP service finally enables support for Chrome OS.
Access to the Google Play Store, and a world of Android Apps, has begun rolling out to the ASUS Chromebook Flip.
Chromebook owners can now connect smart cards and smart card readers to Chrome OS.
A material design video player and new download notifications are among the changes arriving with the latest update to Google's Chrome OS.