Category Archives: Chromebook

Hawaii on the Treadmill

During the winter I like to walk on the treadmill in the basement. I’m always looking for different ways to keep myself entertained while I walk. Here’s the latest option I found while I’m walking. My newish laptop is a … Continue reading

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Chromebook Apps I Use

Chrome Apps Audio Editor – LexisAudioEditor – in the Google Play Store. It has an unusual interface, but for basic editing it works. You have to pay $5.99 for mp3 saving. Audio Recorder – records audio, but no editing function. … Continue reading

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Chromebook Printing HL-L2360DW

I recently bought a new printer, Brother HL-L2360DW,¬† to be used strictly for one of my Chromebooks. Getting it to print on my own was a effort in frustration, but the solution was as simple as calling Brother Printing and … Continue reading

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Charging a New Chromebook

My new Asus Chromebook came with USB-C charging which is a bit of a challenge to figure out. What I have learned is that I can use my old Anker 10000 mAh power charger for my laptop – even when … Continue reading

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ASUS C302CA Chromebook

Recent Notes Feb. 22, 2018¬† – The computer had a critical fail and did a Power Refresh. I am back to version –¬†Version 63.0.3239.140 (Official Build) (64-bit). A couple of days later is updated to –   Here are some … Continue reading

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Chromebooks and Kids Accounts

If you have kids, one of the easy ways to control their access on a chromebook is to setup a Supervised Account for them. It has lots of options including the option of white-listing the web sites that they can … Continue reading

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YouTube Video Editor

I was looking for a Chromebook video editor and found the YouTube Video Editor as a pretty good option. The video at the bottom has the basics, but here are a few tips. You first upload your raw video to … Continue reading

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