For some, Chromebooks are made to be tinkered with, and developer mode is where one goes to do just that.
The Annotate Attachments in Gmail extension lets you annotate attachments right in Gmail and creates cloud-based files for easier collaboration.
Want to try out the latest features on your Chromebook before the rest of the world? Of course you do!
The newest Chrome for Windows is faster at some tasks, better at thwarting attacks, and renders fonts better. The 64-bit Chrome for Mac still is a work in progress, though.
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Accessing 1Password takes a bit of work to set up on a Chromebook, but it's worth it.
The web giant makes its Internet browser available for download in one of the world's most closed-off countries.
Just like any other computer, a Chromebook allows you to add multiple users, some with limited privileges.
It's true, you can print from Chrome OS using Google's Cloud Print solution.
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