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Thanks for visiting Chrome Computing. The website dedicated to Chrome OS the operating system used for the Chromebook and Chromebox. I hope you find the information on this site helpful.

You'll find the latest news, reviews and essential how-to guides to help you make the most out of your Chrome OS computer. If you do find my website helpful then you may be interested in my YouTube channel, Chrome Computing TV.

It offers the same useful tips and Chromebook comparisons but in video format. Sometimes, it's much easier to offer how-to guides by video rather than with written text, so you'll find more useful how-to guides on my YouTube channel.

Whether you choose to read my posts or watch my videos. I'd like to thank you for visiting.

Acer to release a new Chromebox the CXI4 in 2021

Acer Chromebox CXI4 to be released in early 2021

When it comes to Chrome OS the Chromebook, which is essentially a laptop running the operating system gets most of the attention. However, I’ve long been a fan of the Chromebox, which is a desktop computer running Chrome OS. The Chromebox has been around for many years, but they were pretty underpowered back then. It … Read more

The Chromebook is to get a trash folder

Chromebook News - The Chromebook is soon to get a trash folder

At the moment if you delete files you have stored locally on your Chromebook you have no way of getting them back in an emergency. This is a problem if you save important files locally because if you make a mistake by deleting the wrong file you’ve lost all your hard work. Chrome OS will … Read more

Microsoft Windows on a Chromebook now possible with Parallels

Running Microsoft Windows on a Chromebook now possible with Parallels

Yesterday I wrote an article about being able to use certain Microsoft programs on your Chromebook using Crossover. This is now available for the stable Chrome OS version, so everyone can now use this service. In fear of being left behind, it appears Parallels is now ready to run Microsoft Windows on your Chromebook. Parallels … Read more