Chromebooks are already extremely secure. The operating system encrypts all local data (such as cookies and browser cache files), it has a verified boot, all web pages and apps are run in a sandbox, all system updates are automatic, and there’s an easy-to-use recovery mode in case something does go wrong.
Sure, it’s not completely infallible, nothing is. But you can easily make the argument that Chromebooks are the most secure laptops on the market.
However, just because they’re secure at a hardware level doesn’t mean you can’t improve their security at a user level.
Here are four ways to make your Chromebook even more secure.