Getting Comfortable With The Basics

Glenn

1 2 3 81

Study Shows SSDs Are More Reliable than HDDs

Study Shows SSDs Are More Reliable than HDDs – By Aaron Klotz Tom’s Hardware
If you needed another reason to get one of the best SSDs rather than any hard drive, here’s one. Blackblaze, an online backup storage company, published a study showing that SSDs having a far lower failure rate than traditional hard drives. (HDDs). This data was taken from the servers in thousands of Blackblaze’s data center servers over the past several years.

How To Use The Advanced, Multi-Item Clipboard On Your Chromebook

How To Use The Advanced, Multi-Item Clipboard On Your Chromebook – By Daniel Golightly androidheadlines.com
In Chrome OS 89, Google rolled out a new Clipboard History feature that works a lot like the one found on Android. Specifically, that’s on Google’s Gboard on Android. With the clipboard feature in place, users can access the last five items they copied or cut in one place. All from a simple and straightforward UI. But that doesn’t necessarily work exactly like that other multi-item clipboard when it comes to your Chromebook.

Chromebooks are fast becoming the star devices in the PC market

Chromebooks are fast becoming the star devices in the PC market – By Andy Walker Android Authority
As the economic effects of the pandemic slowly subside, Chromebooks continue to be the standout sector in the PC market. Although the segment’s raw shipment numbers continue to lag behind tablets, laptops, and desktops, the year-on-year growth of Chromebooks remains unmatched.

How to enable flags in Chrome

How to enable flags in Chrome – By Ara Wagoner Android Central

Whether you’re using the Chrome Browser on Windows, Mac, Android, or on the best Chromebook, there’s a lot of ways to tweak the performance or try out upcoming features even without having to switch to software channels. Chrome Flags allow you to try out experimental features or disable certain features if you’re encountering issues, and here’s how to turn them on or off as you see fit.

 

Google will soon automatically enable two-factor authentication on eligible accounts

Google will soon automatically enable two-factor authentication on eligible accounts – By Abner Li 9to5Google

Two-factor authentication — or two-step verification in Google parlance — is a minimum requirement for staying safe online. Google today revealed that it plans to automatically enroll users with “appropriately configured” accounts into 2SV methods, like the Google Prompt.


Google will soon switch on two-factor authentication by default – By Chris Welch The Verge

Google is about to take a pretty significant step that will help keep user accounts more secure: it’s going to enroll people in two-factor authentication by default. Today the company wrote in a blog post that it will soon start enrolling customers in two-factor authentication (or “two-step verification,” as Google calls it) if their accounts are “appropriately configured.”

– 7 things you didn’t know you could do in Google Chrome

7 things you didn’t know you could do in Google Chrome – By Arif Bacchus Digital Trends
Google Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world, but did you know it holds some secrets, too? You might be using Chrome to access your social media, work-related programs, and more, but there’s a lot of other interesting built-in features in the web browser that can prove to be very useful throughout your busy day.

12 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do on Your Chromebook

12 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do on Your Chromebook – By Gizmodo
Chromebooks continue to find success as affordable, simple, cloud-based laptops. Chrome OS isn’t as complex as Windows or macOS, but sometimes less is more (especially when you’re saving money). If you have a Chromebook of your own, these are some of the most useful features you need to make yourself aware of.

1 2 3 81
Tech News by Topic