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Latest stable version of Chrome OS brings lots of goodies

Most Chrome OS users on the stable channel have probably gotten upgraded to version 35 by now, but not all of the changes under the

May 23, 2014 Laptops, Linux

Google and Intel’s announcement: More Chromebooks, plus offline movies and TV shows coming soon

So what happened earlier today at Google and Intel’s joint Chrome OS event? Basically, a new round of Chromebooks and Chromeboxes from Acer, ASUS, Dell,

May 06, 2014 Laptops, Linux

Why multi-window support is better in Chrome OS than Windows [Video]

Chrome OS got an update recently that drastically improved the way multi-window support works in the OS, and I can now honestly say that it’s

April 15, 2014 Laptops, Linux, Tips & Deals

ASUS Chromebox is the new bestselling desktop computer on Amazon

Preorders have finally started for the new ASUS Chromebox on Amazon, TigerDirect, and Newegg, starting at $179.99 with an expected shipping date at Amazon and

March 10, 2014 Linux

Details finally emerge on ASUS’s $179 Haswell Chromebox

Although we’ve known for quite a while that an ASUS Chromebox was in the works, we haven’t really had any details about what it would

February 04, 2014 Linux

Google announces new Chromebooks from Acer and HP, Chromebox from ASUS, and more coming soon

Earlier today Google announced a “fresh mix” of new Chrome OS devices, all powered by Intel’s new power-sipping Haswell processor. Over the coming months, we

September 11, 2013 Laptops, Linux

Panel View for Google Play Music makes listening to music on Chrome OS much more enjoyable

I recently stumbled upon a new extension for Chrome OS that does something extremely simple, yet totally awesome. Panel View for Google Play Music actually

July 02, 2013 Apps, Laptops, Tips & Deals

My top 10 most wanted features on Chrome OS

Chrome OS has become the operating system that I use on a daily basis to do practically everything: almost all of my work here at

June 20, 2013 Editorials, Laptops, Linux

Chrome tip: How to access the stock new tab page in Chrome when your extensions override it

One of the great things about Chrome OS is the ability to customize just about everything – you can change the wallpaper, reorder your apps,

June 19, 2013 Laptops, Linux, Tips & Deals

Chrome OS tip: How to quickly change resolution/DPI settings

Here’s a handy feature for those of you who are looking for an easy way to change resolution and DPI on your Chromebook. Simply press ctrl

May 28, 2013 Features, Laptops, Tips & Deals
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