How to Insert Symbols into Google Docs and Slides

How to Insert Symbols into Google Docs and Slides

You can insert special characters in your documents and presentations without having to remember all those Alt-codes by using Google Docs and Slides easy-to-use character insertion tool. It offers a myriad of symbols, characters, symbols, languages, and more. Here’s how you can insert special characters into your documents.

How to Insert Symbols into Google Docs and Slides

Original Article Appeared 11/13/2018

Chromebook Tips

Chromebook Tips

Here are many Chromebook Tips and Chromebook Resources from a school teacher in New Jersey.

Chromebook Tips

 

Common Chrome OS Problems, and How to Fix Them

Common Chrome OS Problems, and How to Fix Them

Having problems on your Chromebook or other Chrome OS device? We’ve got all the major problems that Chrome users have come across, and the solutions that make them go away.

It should be noted that because Chrome OS is based on web apps, so the line between the Chrome web browser and the Chrome OS can be blurry. However, they aren’t the same, and the following problems deal with the operating system specifically.

Common Chrome OS Problems, and How to Fix Them

Original Article Appeared 11/8/2018

8 noteworthy new features coming to Chromebooks this month

8 noteworthy new features coming to Chromebooks this month

Sometimes, the most significant story is also the easiest to miss.

While everyone’s focused on shiny new hardware and months-old ecosystem improvements, Google is quietly delivering what may be its most transformative Chrome OS update yet — and it’s an update that’ll reach most Chromebooks released over the past five years.

8 noteworthy new features coming to Chromebooks this month

Original Article Appeared 11/6/2018

10 Things to Know About Chromebook Accessibility

10 Things to Know About Chromebook Accessibility

As Chromebooks become more commonplace, especially in schools where students and teachers use the popular laptop, it’s critical that Chromebooks have tools that make the web accessible to everyone.

A number of new accessibility features have been added to the Chromebook with the latest release of Chrome OS, which rolled out over the past couple weeks.

10 Things to Know About Chromebook Accessibility

Original Article Appeared 11/5/2018

Move the shelf on your Chromebook to the left or right side

Move the shelf on your Chromebook to the left or right side

If you would like more screen room on your Chromebook make sure you are logged in and right click (or use 2 fingers and press on your touchpad) and select Shelf position. You then have the option to select the left or right side.

Move the shelf on your Chromebook to the left or right side

Original Article Appeared 11/4/2018

Samung’s LTE-enabled Chromebook Plus Is Now Available

Samung’s LTE-enabled Chromebook Plus Is Now Available

Samsung’s latest Chromebook may not bring flagship specs to the table but what it does offer is the somewhat unique ability to stay connected no matter where life takes you.

The Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 LTE version was announced in mid-October and the November release date has arrived right on time. Apart from the built-in LTE powered by Verizon, the latest model is identical to the original Chromebook Plus V2 and you can grab one directly from Samsung today.

Samung’s LTE-enabled Chromebook Plus Is Now Available

Original Article Appeared 11/2/2018

Samsung adds LTE to the Chromebook Plus

Samsung adds LTE to the Chromebook Plus

Samsung refreshed the Chromebook Plus over the summer with an upgraded processor and an added rear camera, and now the company is releasing an additional variant with one more improvement: LTE connectivity for browsing on the go.

Samsung adds LTE to the Chromebook Plus

Original Article Appeared 11/2/2018

Some Chromebooks slated to never receive Linux app support, here’s the full list

Some Chromebooks slated to never receive Linux app support, here’s the full list

In Chrome OS 69, the laptop, desktop, and tablet OS gained Linux app support for a handful of devices, including the Google Pixelbook. Since then, more devices have slowly gained support, meanwhile others, like the 2013 Chromebook Pixel, are being confirmed to never receive the support, with a new batch being added to the collection this week.

Some Chromebooks slated to never receive Linux app support, here’s the full list

Original Article Appeared 11/1/2018

Introducing Malwarebytes for Chromebook

Introducing Malwarebytes for Chromebook

Have you been thinking about switching over to Chromebook because you don’t need all the built-in software programs of a PC or the sleek design of a Mac? Or perhaps you’ve already made the jump because Chromebooks are so much cheaper than a Windows or Mac system. Either way, did you worry that you would miss using Malwarebytes? You no longer need to be afraid!

Introducing Malwarebytes for Chromebook

Original Article Appeared 11/1/2018