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Chromebook Review (2019) – Should I Buy a Chromebook?  by Style Factory
"Should I buy a Chromebook?" is a question that is asked with increasing frequency by both individuals and businesses looking to reduce their computing costs and/or work exclusively in the cloud. This Chromebook review explores the pros and cons of using Chromebooks and other Chrome OS-based computers and helps you answer that question.

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How to use copy and paste on a Chromebook – By Andrew Myrick

It should come as no surprise that as time has passed everyone by, Chromebooks have progressed and become true productivity machines. And while these devices give us a lot of functionality that you won't find elsewhere, you'll likely want to know how to do some of the more basic tasks. One such task that is performed a plethora of times per day is to simply copy and paste text or other items from one place to another. Here's how you can do so right from your Chromebook.

How to force quit a task on a Chromebook

How to force quit a task on a Chromebook – By Chris Wedel

For everything that Chromebooks have going for them, every now and then an app can hang up and cause some frustration. Thankfully, there's a relatively simple way to find out which app or task is the culprit behind the slowdown. Let's get into the steps you can take to get your Chromebook back smoothly humming along.

Lenovo Flex 5 Chromebook Review

Lenovo Flex 5 Chromebook Review: The New Measuring Stick – By Chrome Unboxed  Video

The Lenovo Flex 5 Chromebook brings so much to the table at such a dramatically low price, it is difficult at this point to recommend any other Chromebook.  With it's ability to deliver a high-end experience on a low-end budget, this Chromebook is easily the new Chromebook to beat and will force other manufacturers to bring down prices on their new devices.

Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 – By Robby Payne

While the Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 doesn’t quite stand up to the ultra-premium Galaxy Chromebook or ASUS’ Flip C436, that’s okay: it doesn’t have to and that’s the beauty of this device. On the inside, you’ll get the same, powerful internals with up-to a Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a very respectable 128GB of PCIe SSD storage. Here’s a closer look at what the Lenovo Chromebook Flex 5 has to offer.

How to use the Files app on a Chromebook

How to use the Files app on a Chromebook – By Jeramy Johnson

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.

Chromebooks have become the perfect work from home laptop

Why Chromebooks have become the perfect work from home laptop – By Ara Wagoner

I've worked full-time on a Chromebook for years now, and while I've been asked recommendations on which Chromebook to buy for a work computer — ASUS C434 if you want a flashier 2-in-1, Acer 715 if you want something big, reliable, and affordable — the interest they've gotten over the last two months as everyone scrambled for work from home computers has been impressive. I now price-check our Best Chromebooks guide the way most check the weather: early and often because things are constantly changing.

Best Chromebook for 2020 – By Justin Jaffe

Google's Chrome operating system excels when it comes to the basics. So buying a Chromebook laptop is definitely worth considering for both work and home since they're great for browsing the internet, watching movies, listening to music, and playing Chromebook games. Because Chrome is a browser-based OS, it's naturally suited for the cloud-based services prevalent in modern work life. All of this is doubly true if you're already immersed in Google's ecosystem, which extends from any Google app such as Gmail, Google Play, Google Drive and Google Docs, to the Pixel phone or one of Google's smart-home devices. 

Chromebook vs Laptop: Which One to Buy

Chromebook vs Laptop: Which One to Buy – By Arjun Sha

Chromebook has emerged from its niche category and it’s no longer just for kids and students. OEMs are now making Chromebooks with powerful internals that would easily rival against the best laptops based on Windows and macOS. Further, Google recently announced Linux support and brought many UI improvements to make Chrome OS a desktop-class operating system. Keeping all the points in mind, it seems Chromebook is finally ready to face the competition. So in this article, we bring you a detailed analysis on the clash between Chromebook vs laptop. From performance to battery life and user interface, we have compared both Chromebook and laptop in a comprehensive manner. So without losing a moment, let’s find out who wins the battle of Chromebook vs laptop in 2020.

Acer Chromebook 714 Review

Acer Chromebook 714 Review: World’s Okayest Chromebook – By Cameron Summerson

Chromebooks have come a long way from the weak-and-powerless days of yore. Devices like the Google Pixelbook rival the spec sheet of most MacBook or Windows laptops now. But all that power comes at a higher price. If you’re looking for a speedy Chromebook with a budget-conscious price, the Acer Chromebook 714 should be on your shortlist.

We asked an expert if you’re better off with a Chromebook or a tablet with a keyboard

We asked an expert if you’re better off with a Chromebook or a tablet with a keyboard – By Jaime Vazquez

Tablets and Chromebooks can be smaller than the typical laptop, so if you're worried about having enough keyboard space, you might opt for a larger Chromebook.
It's no secret that tablets are getting to be just as fast as laptops, but the question is, is it possible to transition from a traditional laptop to a tablet without skipping a beat?