Affordable product reviews for 2017. When Google released Chromebooks, they were meant to be quick, simple, and lightweight machines meant for education and businesses.
However, it wasn’t long before this turned into something else entirely. Chromebook design started improving. Displays made the switch to HD and battery life skyrocketed. Before long, a series of laptops touted for their affordability started welcoming high-end Chromebooks to their family.
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Chromebooks are a valuable option for enterprises thanks to their affordability and integration with G Suite. Since most Chromebook work is done in the cloud, they are also a much lower security risk than typical laptops, according to TechRepublic writer Brandon Vigliarolo.
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Right on schedule, Chrome OS 60 has begun rolling out to Chromebooks and Chrome devices around the globe. The latest version of Google’s desktop OS brings with it a few enhancements and new features including:
Improved support for Auto updates over cellular networks - Location and Timezone selection enhancements using cell tower information - GPU Rasterization support - Device wide support for EAP-TLS Networks
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Chrome OS Stable just updated to version 60 and while it brought with it some welcome enhancements, the subsequent incremental update to the Developer channel has revealed some exciting news for Chromebook users.
You are probably aware of the reports that the Google Assistant will soon be coming to Chromebooks and Chrome devices. Whether through a native key, key combo or voice-activated command, Google’s virtual Assistant will become an inherent part of the Chrome OS ecosystem.
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