Chromebooks are fun, lightweight, and convenient. But in many ways they can also be terribly annoying at times.
Over time, those annoyances crop up to bug you so often that before long, you’ll end up feeling like throwing the thing through the nearest window.
Have no fear. While a Chromebook has a few limitations compared to a regular laptop, there are ways you can either work around these issues, or fix them entirely.
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Similar to Windows laptops, Chromebooks are available in a wide assortment of sizes, shapes, price tags, and manufacturers. The market is pretty diverse. What unifies the world of Chromebooks is an attention to details like long battery life, and speedy performance without the price premiums that high end CPUs carry with them. However, that does mean that they don’t have the greatest graphics capability, but they don’t need it – they make the most out of what they have to offer.
For many users, keyboard shortcuts are the bread and butter of a proficient workflow. If you’re a Chrome OS fan, you’re probably familiar with your Chromebook’s popup keyboard that lists all the available shortcuts at your disposal.
If, by chance, you aren’t privy to this little feature, go ahead and check it out for yourself and see what you’ve been missing.
If your Chromebook hasn’t been taking a full charge as of late, you’re not alone. It appears that a bug has found its way into the popular C738T model of the Acer Chromebook R11 and users are reporting as little as 40% battery level after a full day on the charger.