Also in the news Chrome App integration in MACs goes to a whole new level, plus consumer locate and erase, MTP file mounting, both coming to a Chromebook near you.
Plus how is the HP 14 doing? We will let you know.
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MAC Chrome integration - link
Android style locate/erase for Chromebook? - link
MTP File Mount coming to Chrome OS - linkHP 11 ultra variant! - YouTube , link , updated YouTube
Q. How can I do a clone backup of my HP Chromebook 14? I understand all the reasons why recovery on Chrome OS is easier than other OSs. I've always done clone backups for Windows and Mac, and would just feel safer if I could also do it on Chrome.
Q. … what are the current limitations of a Chromebook to the average college student? I ask this because of a few java specific websites some colleges may use.
Q. How long can you all work on a Chromebook before your eyes get tired?
I have the c720p and the screen is too dim and low res for me to spend long sessions on. I've also spent time with the HP 14, but think the pixels are a little too spread out. I often find I pick up my Nexus 7 or Macbook air instead because I am spoiled by their screens. I love Chrome OS, but can only handle the screen for short periods of time.
Q. Whether at work, home, or school, how often do you all have to put the chromebook down and work on a PC, Mac, or other. Are you comfortable using Chrome OS as your "Daily Driver"?
Apps avail for other systems to help with eye strain from computer screens:
f.lux for Windows - linkLux for Android - link
Ballon - Save images and links directly to Drive No longer recommending due to spam from dev.Teamlab - Alt Online Office Suite - link
Michael - Question about cloning
+Eddie Quezada - Chome OS and college.
+lachlanlikesathing - for awesome scoop on HP 11+Brent Bradley - Eye strain with lower end screens on Chromebooks question
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