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Why most people should buy a Chromebook

Why most people should buy a Chromebook – By Joshua Goldman CNET
A lot more people were introduced to the world of Chromebooks in the past year and a half as they were snatched up for remote learning and at-home work during the pandemic. It’s likely because of this that I spent more time fielding questions about them from family and friends than I have since they first launched in 2011. That’s right: Chromebooks are now 10 years old and a lot has changed.

The Chromecast with Google TV

The Chromecast with Google TV has a fatal flaw — but it’s still my favorite – By Opinions Android Central

Last year, I bought two Chromecast with Google TV as Christmas gifts: one for my mother to use in the kitchen and another for a very, very dear friend in Waco because his Vizio’s apps were just too damn slow. Both are still very happy with their Google TVs — and considering I use mine 4-12 hours a day, I’m still happy as a clam with mine.

My favorite hidden Chrome OS feature

My favorite hidden Chrome OS feature that you’re probably not using – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
Like most of you, I browse the web. A lot. Probably for 60+ hours a week between work and school, I’m using a web browser with most of that time reading articles and stories. You might not browse as much as I do; in fact, I hope not. Even if you only surf for a third of that time, my favorite hidden Chrome OS feature makes this a better experience.

Best Password Managers to Choose From

7 of the Best Password Managers to Choose From Before Lockwise Shuts Down – By Khamosh Pathak Lifehacker

Firefox is shutting down its Lockwise password manager service. The passwords you save in the Firefox app on desktop and mobile will still be available, and they’ll still be synced across all your devices; Mozilla is effectively rolling Lockwise’s features into Firefox and removing the iOS and Android app from the equation.

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