Living with Chromebook: First Steps (Premium)


For sure, the basics are familiar.  

Chrome OS boots into a desktop environment that has on-screen elements that look and work like the Start button and Start menu, the taskbar, and the notification area that we know from Windows. You can pin your favorite apps to the taskbar, and those apps can run full-screen or in a floating window. And there are notifications, which appear in the bottom right of the display and are collected for late examination when missed. 

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