After I described in the blog in detail how to enable Linux (Beta) on Chrome OS, here is the next step to make it easier for you to install applications: with graphical “app stores.” …Read more
Introduction The current Chrome OS comes with a Linux distribution. This Linux is based on Debian Buster as of MayRead more
Do you own a Windows PC, Mac, or Linux PC, and are you a professional on this device? Then you might consider setting up a virtual machine (VM) when you ask how to try Chrome OS for free. For example, with the help of VMware or Virtualbox. That is generally possible, …Read more
There are Chromebook Tablets that are very cheap, like Apple iPads (without Pro), and are suitable for testing Chrome OS if you like tablets in general and even prefer them over laptops or desktops. Like iPads, they are perfect for …Read more
Chromebooks, i.e., laptops with Chrome OS, are already available from 200 $ upwards and that not used, but as a new device.Read more
Introduction A Chromebox is a kind of mini PC, which often resembles a lunch box or a cube in shape.Read more
Nowadays, some mini-computers fit into cases that are only slightly larger than USB sticks. There’s something like that in the Chrome OS area, too. …Read more
If not buy, why not rent?Read more
You are probably wondering whether it is necessary to buy a new device to test Chrome OS. Because what if you don’t like it?
You don’t have to do this, …Read more
In this blog, I would like to take you on a journey that leads away from Windows & Apple and towards a mixture of Chrome OS, Android, and Linux.