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Native Printing in Chromebook

It appears with update 59 of ChromeOS for Chromebooks, you can now add printers manually to a Chromebook just like you would an network printer to Windows. 162 more words

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How-To Geek: How Try Chrome OS in VirtualBox Before Buying a Chromebook

How-To Geek: How Try Chrome OS in VirtualBox Before Buying a Chromebook. “Google’s Chromebooks run Chrome OS, a lightweight operating system based on Linux that provides you with a full Chrome browser and a basic desktop environment. 22 more words

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Penguine bites on Chrome

I bought my first 64 bit computer a year ago. A raspberry which is based on ARM and for practical reasons like to less memory just use a 32 bit OS. 490 more words

Nerd Problems

My “go to” computer at home is a Google Chromebook, because it’s fast, it lasts for ages on a battery charge, and it “just works”. Here’s the thing though – if I had a choice, I would run full-fat Linux rather than ChromeOS – for all sorts of reasons I won’t bother going into here. 320 more words

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How-To Geek: How to Manually Update Your Chromebook When the Software Is Too Old

How-To Geek: How to Manually Update Your Chromebook When the Software Is Too Old. “If you buy a Chromebook that has been out for a while, there’s a small chance it could have an issue downloading the latest OS updates. 12 more words

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Guide: Developing on ChromeOS (Part 6)

This is a continuation of a multi-part guide. See Part 1 to get started.

What’s probably the most unique aspect of ChromeOS is its native support for Android apps. 526 more words

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Guide: Developing on ChromeOS (Part 5)

This is a continuation of a multi-part guide. See Part 1 to get started.

In this guide, we’ll be using React Native to build the apps. 996 more words

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