Google’s Chrome OS is probably coming to tablets. But, are you surprised? With the constant push for convertible Chromebooks in the current market, a tablet with Chrome OS will be just like a Chromebook in tablet mode. There’s’ not really much to get that excited over, other than people who dig tablets over laptops. Currently, … Read moreChrome OS – Coming Soon to Your Tablet
Chrome OS is getting a security beef up for enterprise devices via Verified Access. For most people who use Chrome OS or use Chromebooks, they probably won’t care about this feature, nor even understand what it does. After all, Chromebooks and Chrome OS itself are already very secure with automatic updates, PIN unlock, and even … Read moreVerified Access Beefs up Chrome OS Security for Businesses
Yoga Books will be running Chrome OS. And it’ll be huge…based on Lenovo’s boast about the merge. Lenovo is a leading manufacturer of higher-end Chromebooks. While not all models are affordable, like Acer Chromebooks, Lenovo is known for their quality parts, build, and design. They’ve had many different types of laptop designs that revolutionized the … Read moreYoga Books and Chrome OS – The Perfect Pair?
You may be using your finger to unlock your Chromebook soon. Recent reports on the Chrome Unboxed site found some lines of code discovered by some Unboxers that basically shows the coming fingerprint unlock function. The real question is- do we really need another way to unlocking the laptop? Fingerprint reading is nothing new You … Read moreUnlock Your Chromebook with Your Fingerprint – But Is It Necessary?
Google wants to get rid of the “backspace” key- for navigation. Okay, for most people, you probably didn’t even know you can use the backspace key to go back. It’s true. You can definitely do it. Although it’s lesser known, it works. Try it out right now. Just press the backspace key and you should … Read moreBackspace Key Navigation Goes Poof on Chrome OS
Okay, so you want to know the difference between a Chromebook and a Windows laptop. Well, first, technically they’re both laptops. So the proper way to put it would be: “Chromebook Laptop VS Windows Laptop” But then again, Chromebook is the name of a laptop, while Windows is the name an operating system. So, rephrased again would … Read moreChromebook vs Laptop (Windows) – What’s the Difference?