These are articles and blogs that I have found that may be of interest to those using Chromebooks.

The Best Accessories To Turn Your Chromebook Into A Powerhouse Workstation

The Best Accessories To Turn Your Chromebook Into A Powerhouse Workstation

So you have a shiny new Chromebook and want to give it a little oomph. There are definitely some neat accessories out there to supercharge your Chromebook experience—here are some of the must haves. The number of things that are compatible with a Chromebook may surprise you, especially given their simplistic nature. That said, as you approach the “what accessories to buy” aspect of Chromebook ownership, though, you should at least keep your expectations in check—there are still plenty of one-off products here and there that lack Chrome OS compatibility.
Google’s latest Chromebook ad throws shade at macOS and Windows

Google’s latest Chromebook ad throws shade at macOS and Windows

Chrome OS has always been considered inferior to the “real” computer operating systems, Microsoft’s Windows and Apple’s macOS. However, it does have some major advantages which Google has been trying to point out for years. In its latest ad for Chromebooks, the company highlights a few of those strengths, as well as throwing shade at the competition.
The Best Video Editing Tools for Chromebooks

The Best Video Editing Tools for Chromebooks

While it’s commonly thought Chromebooks aren’t good for anything more than surfing the web, that’s not the case. If you need to do some video editing from your Chromebook, there are definitely some tools out there that can do the job.
Top 3 reasons to buy a Chromebook over a cheap Windows laptop

Top 3 reasons to buy a Chromebook over a cheap Windows laptop

When looking for a new computer, you may think that the only things you need to really consider are price, storage, screen resolution, and how heavy it's going to be to lug around, but before all of that, consider what operating system is really going to give you the best experience and performance. While in previous years there were some legitimate reasons to go for a Windows laptop over a Chromebook, they're all gone now. For the vast majority of computer users, Chrome OS will offer better performance and need less maintenance, especially at lower price-points.