If you are a Chromebook fan, or new Chrome OS, hello, and welcome to Chrome Story! This guide is my effort to put together an extensive resource for Chromebook users. Hope you learn something in from these resources!
This is the home page of the guide. The actual guide has been organized into different topics. Each of these topics has pages dedicated to them.
Got yourself a new Chromebook? This guide will help you get started. We’ve got all the basics covered here. I recommend you start here.
There are multiple ways to take screenshots on a Chromebook. There are keyboard shortcuts, extensions and more. If you have Google Assistant on your Chromebook, you can even use your voice to take a screenshot. Read about all those methods here.
This guide is dedicated to my beloved Chromie group, who were crazy enough to buy me a Pixelbook as a surprise gift and crazier enough to send a thank you card back and forth across multiple states in the USA to be signed. This is my way of saying THANK YOU!
Keyboard shortcuts help you get things done fast on any computer. Learn these keyboard shortcuts to master Chrome OS. How do you take a screenshot? Is there a capslock key? There are keyboard shortcuts for all these!
A (very) long article with 6000+ words explaining each and every item in the Settings app of Chrome OS
A collection of “How To” articles explaining how to get things done on Chrome OS. I have also collected a bunch of video tutorials explaining various features of Chrome OS and how to use them. I am sure you will find something useful here!
Want free & regular Chrome OS news and tips?
A collection of frequently asked question about Chrome OS and Chromebooks. A bookmark-worthy guide!
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Things are still in a work-in-progress state and you might find incomplete pages. I am still working on these pages. I am sharing these now so that you can start using them as I write these guides. Another reason for sharing them early is the fact that your feedback will provide me the energy to keep writing.
I have written Chrome OS guides as PDF in the past. However, I am writing this guide as a collection of web pages so that I can keep them updated. So, if you find something that is not correct, or outdated, please drop me a comment and I will update it.