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Top 5: Most useful Chromebook apps

Most useful Chromebook apps
Most useful Chromebook apps - If you’ve just bought a Chromebook you’re probably wondering what apps you should install first. We can’t say for sure what applications will be the most useful to you, but here are some of the best. Polarr Photo Editor This app works offline so you can edit photos without having to access a website, which...

Asus announces Chromebook Flip C213NA

Chromebook Flip C213NA
Asus has revealed Chromebook Flip C213NA this week at Computex 2017 and it is aimed at schools.  This model is significantly different than the original Flip, being powered by an Intel Celeron N3350 CPU. The screen is also a bit larger, at 11,6”, and its resolution of 1600x900 pixels is also on par with its size. Like most of the...

5 Chrome OS keyboard shortcuts you should know

Chrome OS keyboard shortcuts
Keyboard shortcuts not only help you get the job done more easily, but also more quickly. Here is a list of some of the most useful shortcut keys. Alt + Search Use this key combo to capitalise letters. You should also note that the Search key calls up a search window. Search + L You will want to use this keyboard...

3 Exclusive Details About The New Acer Chromebook

Acer Chromebook
We talked here about a major launch at Computex expo, but at the same time another very important launch took place at the same exhibition: the new Acer Chromebook. The launch of this device was unexpected, and we're trying to show you some aspects of it from the little information that's known. Should you buy a Chromebook instead of a...

Should you buy a Chromebook instead of a cheap Windows laptop?

Cheap Windows laptop or ChromeBook? If you are looking to buy a new cheap laptop, you should definitely consider one that runs Chrome OS. This operating system is very lightweight, but you need to be aware of some differences between the two operating systems. Chrome OS has an intuitive interface and it looks a bit similar to Windows, but it...

The latest experimental build of Chrome OS includes a Night Mode

Night Mode
Many of you probably know that Android 7.0 includes a Night Mode feature which diminishes the blue light on your screen to help you sleep better. That being said, a similar function has been spotted in a Canary build of Chrome OS, but this time it’s called Night Light. In order to activate it you would need to run the...

Asus Chromebook Flip C101 – C100’S Succesor

Asus Chromebook Flip
Finally! After a long wait, Asus released a newer version of the well-known Asus Chromebook Flip C100, namely C101. The device was presented at the Computex expo. Compared to its predecessor, the Asus Chromebook Flip C101 comes with a new processor (RK3399, same processor used at the Samsung Chromebook Plus) and a new texture (made by aluminum, which is like...

5 Chromebook Tricks That You Do Not Know

Chromebook Tricks, Chromebook
When it comes to personal computers, notebooks are the most common. And when we talk about notebooks, we can not exclude Chromebooks. These come with few less known features, so we've decided to make a list with 5 Chromebook tricks that you might not know. Before introducing the list, please note that some of the tricks presented apply to the...

Top 3 wireless mice for Chromebooks (low price)

Wireless mice Chromebooks
Wireless mice Chromebooks - If your Chromebook has a not-so-good trackpad or you want to perform fine manipulations, a wireless mouse is what you need. But which one should you choose? We’ve listed 5 of the best below. Logitech M535 Compact Bluetooth Mouse This model has an ergonomic design and rubber grips, so it should fit perfectly in your hand...

How much RAM should your Chromebook have?

RAM Chromebook
RAM Chromebook - No matter what kind of laptop you want to buy, one thing to consider is the amount of RAM you will need. Sure, the biggest amount possible is always the best choice, but how much do you really need? Fortunately, Chrome OS is based on Linux, so it’s very lightweight and that means you won’t need as...