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

Buying Guide for Chromebooks

Should I Buy a Chromebook? Buying Guide and Advice

A Chromebook is a laptop of a different breed. Instead of Windows 10 or macOS, Chromebooks run Google's Chrome OS. These machines are designed to be used primarily while connected to the Internet, with most applications and documents living in the cloud. These machines have done quite well in the education market, but their appeal has broadened. Low prices, long battery life and ease of use are just a few reasons why Chromebooks are attractive. Chromebooks outsold Macs for the first time in 2016, and Gartner is predicting that Chromebook sales will grow by 16.3 percent in 2017. But is a Chromebook right for you? Our Chromebook buying guide has the answers to these and other questions.
MacBook Vs Chromebook Vs Windows Laptop Which Kind Of Computer Is Most Secure

MacBook Vs Chromebook Vs Windows Laptop - Which Is Most Secure

ChromeOS is super-limited, designed primarily to just let you run Chrome. It’s not general purpose. There’s no support for running other applications (apart from widgets that let you diddle OS parameters like joining WiFi networks etc).
How to Monitor Your Chromebook’s System Resources with Cog

Monitor Your Chromebook System Resources with Cog

While Chromebooks are generally considered “casual use” machines, they continue to get more powerful and versatile. And as they continue to do more, the strain on the machine naturally becomes larger. If you’re looking for a great way to quickly and easily keep tabs on what your Chromebook is doing, look no further than Cog.
Google Explains Why Chrome OS is More Secure

Google Explains Why Chrome OS is More Secure

Google today offered an interesting overview of how it secures Chrome OS. And while much of it will be very familiar to Windows users, there is one aspect to Chrome OS that is quite unique.