If you're using a Chromebook for work or school and need to make full use of Microsoft Teams with it, the good news is it's really easy to get going. We'll walk you through two different methods you can use to get Microsoft Teams on your Chromebook.
Google might well have its own office suite that would be the first thought to use on a Chromebook, but let's face it. Microsoft Office is still the king and whether it's for school, work or personal use, you can use it on your Chromebook instead of Google's alternative. Here's what you need to know.
If you're using a Chromebook and want a way to cut back and relax with some quality games, remote play from your Xbox console is as good a choice as any. There are some caveats to it, but it's really easy to try.
Do you spend a lot of time using PowerShell or you just want to start learning the basics? Are you also now using a Chromebook? You might not think the two could go together, but thanks to the magic of Linux they absolutely can. Here's how to get started.
There are basically no deals to be had on Chromebooks for Prime Day this year, potentially disappointing many. Potentially disappointing you. But it's ok, because as a large chunk of society is continue to transition to remote work and education, there are a number of good deals on Windows laptops to snap up.
Coding on a Chromebook isn't some pipe dream or incredibly frustrating process filled with workarounds. Thanks to the magic of Linux you can install Microsoft's Visual Studio Code on your Chromebook with ease and get coding in minutes. Here's how.
As Project xCloud moves into Xbox Game Pass as a consumer product, we're still waiting on Microsoft actually supporting the service on Windows 10. But, if you have access to a Chromebook, it turns out it's not only already possible, but it's a solid experience.