Chrome OS: What about KeePass? [E]

KeePass is a free open source tool that allows you to generate and manage passwords without an internet connection. Already using it on Windows or macOS and wondering if you can use it on Chrome OS? Yes, that’s no problem! đŸ˜‰ I show you in this post how to install and use it. Plus: automatic synchronization of your passwords via Google Drive.

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Easily synchronize your Chrome OS devices with OneDrive: Autosync for OneDrive [A]

Since the internal storage of Chrome OS devices is often limited, I’ll show you here how to synchronize your OneDrive with mostly larger external mass storage devices! Autosync for OneDrive is an Android app that lets you access your OneDrive and synchronize your cloud storage with your internal and external storage devices. …

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Using Windows applications under Chrome OS in the cloud [A]

Do you own an old Windows notebook and are now considering buying a Chromebook, but can’t do without some Windows applications? There are reasonable solutions! That can be cheaper in the long run than buying a new notebook! In this post I show you how you can do it!

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Easily synchronize your Chrome OS devices with Google Drive: Autosync for Google Drive [A]

Since the internal storage of Chrome OS devices is often limited, I’ll show you here how to synchronize your Google Drive with mostly larger external mass storage devices! Autosync for Google Drive is an Android app that lets you access your Google Drive and synchronize your cloud storage with your internal and external storage devices. …

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Chrome OS: a file manager for Linux? [A]

Maybe you wonder if there isn’t something like the File Explorer or the macOS Finder for the Linux of Chrome OS? In other words: a comfortable file manager and, if possible, of course in your native language? No problem! Starting with this post, I describe one of many available representatives …

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Chrome OS: What about Notepad++ (SciTE)? [A]

Are you a fan of the successful editor, Notepad++? If you don’t know him: It is OpenSource and available for all common platforms like Windows, macOS, and Linux. But under Chrome OS, the situation is complicated. But there are a few possibilities—more about this in this post.

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Chrome OS: What about Atom? [A]

Atom is a powerful text editor with syntax highlighting for programming languages and spell checking. It is open-source and available for all platforms like Windows, macOS, and Linux. The Linux version is straightforward to install and stable to use on 64-bit Chrome OS devices.

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