10 new tips, tricks and tweaks for Chromebooks and Chromeboxes


It’s been more than a year since I shared a batch of tips and tricks for Google Chromebooks, and much has changed in Chrome OS(s goog) since then and now. In fact, when I look back both the Chromebook hardware and the Chrome OS software, I can really see a difference. Chromebooks are faster and run longer on a single charge while Google’s software has gained more features typically found on traditional operating systems.

2013 Chromebooks

Chromebooks still aren’t for everyone, of course; they suit my workflow really well but we all have varying computing needs. That’s OK, there’s room for everyone’s personal choice. If you do use a Chromebook — or a Chromebox, for that matter — here are some tips to help you get more out of your device.

1. Change the channel. Chrome comes in three distinct channels: Google starts adding new functions to Dev, they hopefully make…

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