ChromeOS

How to Take Screenshots on Chromebook

Chromebooks come with most of the basic tools built-in out of the box. This makes them very useful to general users. Specially, if you want to take screenshots on Chromebook, you can easily do it with shortcut keys. You don’t need any third-party app for taking screenshots. Chromebooks have native option for taking full-screen, window, and partial snaps. Still, we have tried a third-party app which …

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How to Use Windows 10 Apps on Chromebook Using Wine

Many argue that Chromebook is not a complete machine and it panders to people who have limited use-case. Frankly, that is true to some extent. However, with the support of Android and Linux apps, the gap has closed significantly. Having said that, lack of Windows app support is still the bottleneck for many users who want to move from a Windows PC to Chromebook. But …

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How to Install and Play Minecraft on Chromebook

Minecraft is undoubtedly one of the most popular games in the world. After its release, Minecraft created a new kind of gaming genre called sandbox games where players could create, modify, or destroy their environment. Eventually, the game got developed for a multitude of platforms including Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS and more. However, even after these many years, the game has not been developed …

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How to Factory Reset Chromebook (Four Methods Explained)

Chrome OS is an incredibly lightweight OS and it does not slow down like Windows after a period of time. However, if you have been working on it for years then a factory reset can speed up your Chromebook significantly. Also, in case someone has created a user account on your Chromebook without your permission, you can factory reset to remove the account completely. So, …

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How to Get Desktop Widgets on Chromebook

With Linux and Android apps support, Google is finally projecting Chromebook as a desktop-class machine. However, some features are still missing and that is stopping many Windows users from making a move to Chrome OS. I am talking about the desktop widgets that is quite popular on Windows computers and also among Android users. Nevertheless, there is a way out and in this article, we bring …

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How to Enable Function Keys on Chromebook

To make Chromebook a developer-centric machine, Google is adding some really interesting features through software updates. Recently, they brought Linux with full Terminal support on Chrome OS. And now, with the latest stable update, you can enable the missing function keys on your Chromebook just by enabling a toggle. Google has brought this feature to help developers execute many of the programming commands through function …

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How to Install iTunes on Chromebook

While the majority of American classrooms are filled with Chromebooks, it’s equally true that many users prefer iPhones as their primary device. And eventually, that leads to incompatibility between two distinct ecosystems created by Google and Apple. Yes, I am talking about running iTunes on Chromebook and how you can get it working. Well, in this article, I bring you a detailed guide on how …

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How to Sideload Android Apps on Chromebook without Developer Mode

With the release of Chrome OS 80, Google has finally brought the ability to install Android apps on Chromebook without Developer Mode. This is truly great and path-breaking for both developers as well as the Chrome OS enthusiast community. You can finally install Android APKs that are not available on the Play Store, and for that, you don’t have to sacrifice your security. However, keep …

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