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

Five Chromebook Hacks That Give Your Laptop Surprising New Talents

Five Chromebook Hacks That Give Your Laptop Surprising New Talents

Chromebooks may be impressively versatile, but a good Chromebook hack helps it break out of its browser-based confines and try new talents on for size. Top of the list, of course, is the ability to install a full Linux desktop operating system via the Crouton project. But there’s a lot you can tweak or add to multiply a Chromebook's powers. Some of these features require you to install Linux— a really easy task if you follow our Crouton tutorial—but many do not. Here are five Chromebook hacks that will improve your user experience and make these laptops even more powerful.
New To Chromebooks? Here's How To Right-Click With The Touchpad Or Keyboard

New To Chromebooks? Here's How To Right-Click With The Touchpad Or Keyboard

Did you recently get a Chromebook? If you’re used to working on a Windows PC, you might have noticed a few changes and right-clicking is one of them. If you’re having trouble figuring out how to right-click on a Chromebook, you’re not alone. In this guide we’ll teach you how to do it in a few different ways. We have provided several different methods of right-clicking based on what you want to do. Take a look at the options, and dive into the method that you think will be of the most use.
How Once-Ailing PC Brand Acer Became The Top Seller Of Chromebooks

How Once-Ailing PC Brand Acer Became The Top Seller Of Chromebooks

Acer Inc., a flagship Taiwanese developer, was sweating just half a decade ago. The firm’s foreign CEO, Gianfranco Lanci, had resigned in 2011 after a bitter dispute with fellow executives. For the next few years Acer offered mostly ordinary PC, shipments of which were declining against competition from mobile devices. But the Taiwanese firm launched 42 years ago hooked up in 2008 with Google to develop Chromebooks, light notebooks that run on speedy, cloud-based systems created by the Silicon Valley partner.
Connecting USB Microphone to Chromebook

Connecting USB Microphone to Chromebook

As Chromebooks become ever more popular, people want to be able to utilize them in creative endeavors. If you look at a lot of the Pixel artwork, it shows some bearded hipster-type using his Chromebook in what looks like a creative workshop setting. Fortunately for us, we do not need to grow a beard, but we can use our Chromebooks for creating stuff.