Chrome OS allows you to pin apps to the task bar (also known as the 'app shelf') at the bottom of the screen — but how many do you keep pinned?
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.
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Take a quick perusal of our Google+ Community and you'll come across lots and lots of Chrome OS screenshots, typically from people showing off their desktop wallpaper.
Google's new Material Design language is slowly creeping across the search giant's various apps, sites and services, most recently in Google Chrome for Android.
Google's matte black, single-core Cr-48 is an indisputably important milestone in Chrome OS history — but it's not the device itself that is the focus os this week's "Throwback Thursday" post.
Most of us pay little attention to the sort of box that our computers come in. It's a perfunctory barrier; something we rip off and toss in the trash with little thought, eager to get at what's inside.
Wondering why you might want to upgrade from Windows to a Chromebook? Let us fill you in on the benefits, boons and bonuses you get from going Google.
Google's Chrome OS has come a long, long way in just a few short years — but is it as good as it can be?
If you're on the beta or dev channels of Chrome OS then you might have noticed a less than transparent visual change: window headers for certain applications are no longer translucent.