News, tips, and other articles related to Google’s Chrome OS, the lean Linux-based operating system uses on Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and more.
Google has spent the past two years merging Chrome OS and Android and will have a unified OS in 2017.
A small, and expected change is rolling out in the latest Chrome OS Dev channel release: the new Google logo.
Want to use VPN services on your Chromebook? This guide lists streamlined, easy-to-use and free VPN extensions that don't require a diploma to set up.
You'll soon be able to cast your Chromebook desktop to another screen straight from the Chrome OS system tray.
A new Chrome extension finally brings native Samba share support to Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices.
A redesigned video player is coming to Chrome OS shortly.
Sorting files in the Chrome OS file manager is easier as of the latest dev channel update.
The Chrome OS File Manager (Files.App) is finally able to display and edit RAW files as of the latest Chrome OS Dev Update.
The latest Chrome OS Dev update makes it even easier to add other cloud providers, like Dropbox and One Drive, to your Chromebook.
Any Android developers are now able to bring their their Android apps to Chrome OS, as Google expands the 'ARC' plugin project with documentation and tools.
Four new Android apps are now available on the Chrome Web Store for use on Chromebooks and other Chrome devices.
Among the changes arriving in the most recent Chrome OS Dev channel release is a hidden…wallpaper.