More posts about “chromebook basics”

Format a USB or SD Card on a Chromebook

How To Format an SD Card or USB Drive on a Chromebook

Sometimes SD cards and USB thumb drives play up, get full or just otherwise require a quick once over to get them back in shipshape.

18 June 2023

A Useful Chromebook Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet

Our Chromebook keyboard shortcut cheat sheet showcasing nine nifty key combos for Chromebooks that might save you time or help to speed up your workflow.

11 November 2019
how to change wallpaper chromebook

How to Change Wallpaper on Your Chromebook

Learn how to change the wallpaper on a Chromebook using any image in this Chrome OS basics guide, complete with screenshots.

29 July 2019

Essential Guide: This is How You Right Click on a Chromebook

Learn how to right click on a Chromebook the proper way, as well as middle click and scroll with two fingers in this guide to Chromebook touchpad gestures.

18 May 2015

Window Snap in Chrome OS Is More Awesome Than You Realize

The 'window snap' feature in Chrome OS is a handy way to view two apps/browser pages side-by-side — but have you discovered its hidden extra feature?

15 January 2015

15 Useful Chromebook Tips & Tricks

I've been using Chromebooks for several years now, but even I continue to learn of new ways of getting more from it, from simple time-saving tips to keyboard shortcuts that speed up my workflow.

1 January 2015

‘Intel Easy Migration’ App Makes Moving Files to Chromebooks Simple

Intel has launched a new utility to help new (Intel-powered) Chromebook owners transfer fave files and settings from iOS, Android or Windows to Chrome OS.

22 December 2014

How to Extend Your Chromebook Battery Life

Long battery life is a big selling point for Chromebooks, but even the longest battery life won't seem long enough when you're out of the house and running low on power.

20 November 2014

How To Make Your Chromebook Ask for Password on Wake

The long battery life on a Chromebook affords the lazy among us a luxury: close the lid, put it to one side, return a few days later, open and resume.

7 October 2014