How to use the Files app on a Chromebook
How to use the Files app on a Chromebook – By Jeramy Johnson androidcentral.com
You may have read that a Chromebook is just a glorified browser, but nothing could be further from the truth. Chromebooks can work offline, run progressive web and Android apps, dual-boot in Linux, and store files locally. Heck, some Chromebooks come with as much onboard storage as many Windows PCs and Macs (upwards of 128GB or even 256GB). What would you want to do with all of that local storage? It's up to you! You can manage how your files and data are stored on your Chromebook via the Files app. I'll show you where to find the Files app on your device, and how you can organize things to your liking.