We know how to change the channel from stable to beta and dev builds on Google Chrome, the browser. Now, here is how to change it on your Chromebook. Change to Dev and Beta Channels in Chrome OS Before you start, let me tell you this. When you change channel on your Chromebook, you will […]
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Chromebooks are simple and easy to use computers running Chrome OS, an operating system built and managed by Google. This is a futuristic platform, allowing you to get things done easy, fast and secure on the cloud.
Hi there ! Video Â that you are going to watch, is extremely amatureish. Please keep few things when you are watching this 🙂 I do not have a good video camera. I had to use my canon point n shoot camera on it’s video mode. Â I am doing this for the first time, so … […]
Turns out, Chromium OS ( Where the development happens for Chrome OS ) has a “labs” page too. It is sub page under options menu.Â Yea, I tried to access about:labs but that page was blank. Labs page is where you get to enable some new features before it isÂ implementedÂ by default. It gives you easy access […]
Remember Â a small smiley face that I mentioned in one of our old posts here ? I was wondering what it meant. I have the answer now ! It is a shortcut for us to submit bug reports for Chrome OS. The URL is chrome://bugreport/ It makes sense because the Chrome OS is still being […]
hexxeh, the big guy of Chromium OS builds, has posted few screenshots from a Â latest build of Chromium OS. Options menu have moved to tabs, as we have seen on Chrome browser developer builds. We now have proxy settings, user settings, ( one user shows as “owner” if you look close ) Click here for […]