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Is the Chromebook AUE date a major issue for Chrome OS?

Is the Chromebook AUE date a major issue for Chrome OS?

If you own a Chromebook you may already know about the Automatic Update Expiry (AUE) date. All Chromebooks come with one, but I'm not convinced every Chromebook owner knows about it. I've previously written about whether the Chromebook AUE date is really that bad. In that article, I discussed why the AUE date exists ...

Easter sales is a chance to buy a Chromebook at a bargain price

Easter sales is a chance to buy a Chromebook at a bargain price

Whenever I'm on the lookout to buy a new Chromebook I always wait until a sale is on the horizon. After all, why pay full price for something when a little patience can get you the same product at a cheaper price? One of these times is Easter where you'll find great savings on Chromebooks. Don't get me wrong. It ...

Chromebooks new screen recorder is far from perfect

Chromebooks new screen recorder is far from perfect

About a year ago when I decided to launch a YouTube Channel to provide an additional resource for my website. One of the things I noticed was there was no built-in screen recorder capability on the Chromebook. This meant I had to go out and purchase third-party software to do the job. I was happy to hear from Chrome ...

Acer Spin 713 Intel i5 for just $529 at Best Buy

Acer Spin 713 Intel i5 for just $529 at Best Buy

The Acer Spin 713 Chromebook is arguably one of the best Chromebooks you can buy. Amazing build quality, fantastic specs and an excellent display. Unlike some high-spec laptops offering great specs and not much else. The Acer 713 does offer something a little bit special. This is mainly the display. An aspect ratio ...

New Google page to celebrate the tenth birthday of Chrome OS

New Google page to celebrate the tenth birthday of Chrome OS

It's official, Chrome OS has turned ten and Google did not want this great achievement to go unnoticed. A new page on their website to celebrate the tenth birthday of the Chromebook is available. They've not held back on producing a super cool web page to highlight everything that is great about Chrome OS and the ...

Chromebook vs Chromebox vs Chrome OS detachable – Which is best?

Chromebook vs Chromebox vs Chrome OS detachable – Which is best?

Chrome OS has come a long way since it was originally launched all the way back in 2011. Yes, this year we'll see the tenth anniversary of the Chromebook. A really exciting time when you consider how Chrome OS has changed over the years. In the beginning, it was all about explaining why you should get a Chromebook ...

Get your hands on the Asus C433 in the UK for £399.99

Get your hands on the Asus C433 in the UK for £399.99

If you're after a good all-round Chromebook, which is well built and offers decent specs then you may be interested in this deal. At the moment you can currently get your hands on the Asus C433 for just £399.99. That's a massive £100 off the normal retail price. The Asus C433 is a well-built Chromebook that will ...

Acer 315 Chromebook offers a lot for the price

Acer 315 Chromebook offers a lot for the price

When it comes to what you get for your money there are plenty of things you need to consider when buying a new Chromebook. The Acer 315 Chromebook is very different from many others available. Firstly, the display offering of 15.6-inches is larger than the standard 14-inch models. Something else that makes this ...

Two-year guarantee when buying a Chromebook at John Lewis

Two-year guarantee when buying a Chromebook at John Lewis

If you're on the lookout for a new laptop and you've decided the Chromebook is right for you. Before you go out to buy one. You should take a look at the Chromebooks currently available at John Lewis. John Lewis has been on the UK high street for years and also has an online presence. A well-respected retailer, which ...

Chromebox is a much cheaper option for gaming than an expensive PC

Chromebox is a much cheaper option for gaming than an expensive PC

I've loved computer games since being given an Atari ST as a teenager by my parents. This continued when I moved to a PC when Atari ended trading in 1992. The first Windows PC computers were more basic than what you get today. You didn't get dedicated graphics cards because the graphics provided by most games were ...

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