Chromebooks

Opera browser now optimized for Chromebooks: what’s new

[ad_1] Opera has announced that its browser of the same name has become “the world’s first alternative browser optimized for Chromebooks” following the latest update. The new browser version brings a built-in VPN and ad blocker that already exists on the Windows specific browser. It also adds integrated WhatsApp, Telegram, …

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Why Chromebooks Might Still Be Your Best Laptop Option

[ad_1] Jack Wallen has supported Chromebooks for years and believes they are more relevant than ever. I found out why. Image: Jack Wallen Let me start by saying this: Windows 11 will not support your aging hardware. Machines equipped with 6th Generation Intel Skylake and earlier processors and non-Zen AMD …

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PC market: Chromebooks set to grow again in Q1 2021

[ad_1] Twelve million Chromebooks were sold in the first quarter of 2021, up 276% from the same period last year. This is the result of StockApps market research. In the first quarter of 2020, 3.2 million Chromebooks were sold worldwide. With the onset of the corona pandemic, that number rose …

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Workplace IT: Chromebooks in administrative practice

[ad_1] Workplace IT: Chromebooks in administrative practice Managed centrally via the administration console Managing extensions and applications Linux: the penguin as a guest Windows to go Conclusion Read the article in iX 7/2021 Chromebooks are the best business PCs. This at least suggests their success in the market, because in …

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How to take a screenshot on a Chromebook

[ad_1] Taking a screenshot is often useful at work or just to show a friend something that you find interesting on social media. If you’re using one of the best Chromebooks as your everyday machine, you’re definitely going to need to take a quick screenshot at some point. The good …

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ICYMI: New Studio Buds Are The Best Beats For Most People

[ad_1] All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through any of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. This week we have a wide array of reviews covering everything …

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Can you upgrade the SSD on a Chromebook?

[ad_1] Earlier this week, I shared thoughts on how my Chromebook could get me through a master’s program in computer science. With a Core i5 and 16GB of memory, my Acer Chromebook Spin 13 has a lot of power, but not enough storage to work with large data sets. It …

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How to use Nearby Sharing on Android and Chromebook

[ad_1] Google’s nearby sharing feature lets you send files wirelessly between Android devices and Chromebooks. To use nearby sharing, you must first enable it in the Settings menu of your device. Once enabled, you will see the Share Nearby option whenever you try to share a file. Visit Insider’s Technical …

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How to print from a Chromebook

[ad_1] Chromebooks are great for people who work on the web a lot because they’re cheap and super easy to use. But like with other computers, there are times when you need to print something on paper. Fortunately, it’s easy to connect a printer to your Chromebook, either over the …

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Asus unveils its new range of Chromebooks

[ad_1] Asus is renewing its Chromebook lineup this week with three new offers. First, we have the CX1 series, which is aimed at students and offers a low entry price of £ 229.99. In the mid-range there’s the CX5 series with prices starting at £ 599.99 and finally we have …

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Vernier Software & Technology Improves Physics App and Releases New eBook to Engage Students in Video Analysis

[ad_1] Vernier video analysis® The app and new eBook help students learn important physics concepts in in-person and distance learning environments BEAVERTON, Oregon, June 8, 2021 – Vernier Software & Technology has improved its Vernier video analysis application with new features and now offers support Vernier video analysis: movement and …

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Remote work and backlog propel the US PC market

[ad_1] Share Tweeter Share Share Share E-mail The United States saw a sharp increase in the PC market as working from home continued in the first quarter of 2021, a Canalys study found, according to a Press release. The market grew 73% in the first quarter, the statement said. This …

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Chromebook ready? The new Indian Express

[ad_1] Express news service What’s the first thing you do on a laptop? Most of us open a web browser (mainly Google Chrome) and start working. If MS Office refuses to open, no worries. You just open Google Docs and go. Right? If Adobe Acrobat Reader fails to open PDF …

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Chrome OS extends the reach of its operating system

[ad_1] It’s been over 10 years since Chrome OS redefined the desktop operating system. While virtual desktops have been around since the days when we used VT-102 terminals to run Unix shells from remote mainframes and minicomputers, Google Chrome OS showed us that we can run modern GUI-style desktops from …

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Acer unveils new enterprise Chromebooks

[ad_1] Acer has unveiled four new enterprise Chromebooks, which it says contain all of the latest in-demand technology and features that consumers, students and business users need. New launches include Acer’s Chromebook 317, its very first 17.3-inch Chromebook, which the company says marks a step forward in the industry, “Today …

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ASUS Chromebook with 17.3-inch screen could be in the works

[ad_1] There is no shortage of Chromebooks on the market, as evidenced by recent figures from market research companies. Despite having different brands or even form factors, most of them share similar traits with a few exceptions. Most Chromebooks come with rather modest specs and conventional screen sizes. ASUS has …

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How to use caps lock on a Chromebook

[ad_1] I’m not a big fan of using all caps, but there are times when it’s appropriate. Say when your soccer team wins, or a trailer for Disney + ‘s latest Marvel show just dropped. Love it or hate it, sometimes you just need to write in all caps. The …

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BPS students, staff have had a tough year

[ad_1] Bartlesville High School’s Class of 2021 was honored on the evening of May 21 during an in-person graduation ceremony at Custer Stadium. Bartlesville High School principal LaDonna Chancellor reports that approximately 350 seniors were eligible to graduate. We are proud of their resilience and grateful that we were able …

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Refurbished laptops on sale this weekend

[ad_1] The products shown here are selected by our partners at StackCommerce, so if you purchase something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. A refurbished laptop is good for your wallet and the planet. Image: Lenovo By StackCommerceMashable shopping2021-05-22 09:00:00 UTC If you’ve gotten used …

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How to copy and paste on a Chromebook

[ad_1] Whether you’re sending a link to a friend, writing a school journal, or working on a spreadsheet, the ability to copy and paste is an essential task. Fortunately, no matter what platform you’re on, whether it’s Windows, MacOS, or a Chromebook, there are some shortcuts that are universal, and …

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Sebring Local’s Trojan Talk for the week of May 23

[ad_1] COMING WEEK: Sunday – Start at 2 p.m. All seniors have received ticket information. To see the event live, go to the shortened link, https://bit.ly/3f82H0f. Other Sebring Local videos can be viewed on the Sebring Local Schools YouTube page at the shortened link, https://bit.ly/3f7Gz6n. After the start, senior graduates …

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$ 100 off Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2

[ad_1] Samsung’s follow-up to the original Galaxy Chromebook wasn’t quite what we hoped for, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a device worth your attention. We freely assumed that the $ 699 price tag ($ 549 for the Celeron model) would lead to tradeoffs compared to the original $ 1,000 …

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Activate Linux for your managed Chromebooks

[ad_1] The Linux container on Chrome OS still feels a bit ‘beta’ in my opinion, but it offers some useful additions to the Chromebook toolkit. Besides giving you a new set of productivity tools, the Terminal is a great way to familiarize yourself with the Linux command line interface. Whether …

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Ubisoft shows even more interest in Stadia

[ad_1] Two new games arrived on Stadia in the week of May 10, but the biggest news was what the future holds with Ubisoft’s increased interest in Stadia. Stadia Changelog is a weekly series on 9to5Google where we put together some of the Stadia news that we couldn’t talk about …

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How to fix Android 11 issues on a Chromebook

[ad_1] Yesterday I noticed that some Chromebooks waiting for the Stable Channel version of Chrome OS 90 are getting the software update. For these devices, especially those built on “hatched” tables, users observed many problems related to Android apps. Since these Chromebooks are the first to receive the Android 11 …

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