Weekly Issue: 2022-24
The killer calendar app your Chromebook's been missing
Let me just go on the record as saying: The Google Calendar website is fine.And fine really is the most appropriate word here. Google’s default desktop Calendar interface is perfectly functional, and it gets the job done.It’s good enough, in fact — until you experience a truly exceptional Chrome OS calendar alternative and realize how much more efficient, effective, and generally enjoyable your Chromebook-based agenda juggling could be.I’ve been raving endlessly about my favorite Google-connecting desktop calendar app of the moment, the recently-acquired Cron, and lemme tell ya: Phenomenal doesn’t even begin to describe it.
Chromebooks work toward more flexible window snapping
Not quite Windows 11 Snap Layouts, but it’s a potential improvement.
Chrome OS preparing to add new Split View layouts
Google is working on adding a new option for the split view in Chrome OS that will let users snap windows into thirds. Read on.
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