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Chrome OS Tutorials Overview Updated June 27, 2018
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November 2017 - June 2018
Chrome/OS Tutorials Stories June 27, 2018
How to use websites as apps on Chrome OS following ‘Add to Shelf’ removal
For the longest time, Chrome OS has had an “Add to Shelf” option that turned regular websites into something that sort of resembled an app. Google has recently removed “Add to Shelf,” but there’s still a way to get the same results. Here’s how.
Chrome/OS Tutorials Stories June 6, 2018
How to get Chrome’s built-in emoji picker on Chrome OS, Windows, Mac
Emoji have become a big part of our language on smartphones and slowly, that’s been expanding to the desktop. That has presented a problem to users, though, as inserting emojis on the desktop isn’t as easy as a phone. Google makes that easier with a built-in emoji picker on Chrome – here’s how to get it.
Chrome/OS Tutorials Stories June 3, 2018
Chrome/OS Tutorials Stories May 20, 2018
How to save any image as a JPG or PNG in Google Chrome
Have you ever downloaded an image from the web and then had to find a way to convert it to a different file type? Well, that will be a thing of the past, as a new Chrome extension lets you automatically save and convert any online photo as a JPG or PNG.
Chrome/OS Tutorials Stories May 1, 2018
Here are 10 Chromebook keyboard shortcuts you need to know
Most people have grown up using and learning keyboard shortcuts for Windows or MacOS. But with Chromebooks becoming evermore popular, it’s time to learn some handy keyboard shortcuts for Chrome OS. Here are 10 to get you started…
Chrome/OS Tutorials Stories March 1, 2018
Chrome/OS Tutorials Stories February 12, 2018
Chrome/OS Tutorials Stories November 2, 2017
How to take screenshots on a Chromebook
While it can be incredibly easy to take screenshots on smartphones, a little more work has to go into capturing portions of your Chromebook’s display. The good news, though, is that once you learn how to take screenshots, the process is pretty hard to forget and takes just seconds to do…