Weekly Issue: 2023-11
How to use PowerShell on a Chromebook
Microsoft Powershell is best known for running on Windows, but did you know it also can be installed on a Chromebook for development?
Chrome on Android lets you erase last 15 minutes of browsing data quick and fast
Google is working on adding an option in the three-dot menu in Chrome App on Android for users to quickly delete the last 15 minutes of browsing history. Here is how you can enable and test this feature right now. Every web browser, be it on a desktop or on mobile, allows clearing the browsing […]
HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook now available for $999 with i5, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD
Announced in January at CES 2023, HP has today opened sales of the Dragonfly Pro Chromebook, which packs a punch with its spec sheet.
HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook review: The new Pixelbook
HP’s Dragonfly Pro Chromebook is the best Chromebook there is, showing how a close collaboration with Google can change everything.
Minecraft is officially coming to Chromebooks with a $13 upcharge over Android
After years of demand, Minecraft is finally coming to Chromebooks with the “Bedrock Edition” available in early access starting today, but you’ll need to fork over a bit more to get access.
How to personalize your Chromebook
You don’t have to stick with how your Chromebook looks right out of the box. There are many ways you can personalize it.
Minecraft: Bedrock Edition early access now available on select Chromebooks
Microsoft is bringing the Bedrock edition of Minecraft to Chromebooks, but only a select few might be able to try it today.
How to Download YouTube Videos on Chrome
I am a big fan of downloading videos offline on apps like YouTube and Netflix. I download Netflix movies and YouTube movies when I go on trips where I will not have a good internet connection. You can now download videos on your computer using Google Chrome, just like your phone. There is now an […]
With ChromeOS in 2023, Google's got its eye on the enterprise
Google’s ChromeOS is the Rodney Dangerfield of modern operating systems: It’s been around for ages now, and it pops up in all sorts of unexpected places. No matter how hard it works, though — boy, oh boy — it just can’t get no respect.Much like Dangerfield, ChromeOS’s struggle to be taken seriously dates back to its childhood. When the software first entered the universe in the simpler tech times of 2010, it truly was a barebones effort.
Chromebook To Get Time-lapse Video Support
Google is adding time-lapse video support to the built-in Chromebook camera app. Time-lapse Video You might have recorded a lot of time-lapse videos using your phone’s camera app. If you wanted to do that using your Chromebook, the only option right now is to use a third-party camera app. This is changing. A code change […]
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