If you’ve made the move to a Chromebook, we’ll help you get used to your new surroundings. We’ve got some handy keyboard shortcuts, all the info on its security features, how you can share apps with your family and more.
Your Chromebook’s keyboard might look a bit different to your old laptop. Change should be welcomed with open arms, though, so we’ll walk you through some handy little shortcuts:
These shortcuts are all pretty simple, but we’re just scratching the surface. Press Alt, Ctrl and ? to see a list of everything you can do. You’ll be an expert in no time.
Chromebooks are super secure bits of tech. They have virus protection built-in, so you won’t have to worry about losing that important coursework or those precious family photos. They also update automatically, meaning your device will stay in tip top shape.
You’ve also got the entire Google Play Store at your fingertips, so there are loads you can do with your Chromebook. Whether you’re a movie maniac, budding bookworm, gaming guru or working wizard, there’s something for everyone.
There’s a handy feature called Family Library, which lets you share any games, films, TV shows and books you’ve bought with the whole gang. Just go to Account, then over to Family. Hit Sign up for Family Library and you’ll be sharing the fun in no time.
Every Chromebook comes with a massive 100GB of online storage on Google Drive absolutely free. That’s a whole lot of photos - 33,000 to be precise!
Just head on over to https://www.google.com/chromebook/offers/ to redeem your 100GB. Plus, since your Google Drive is linked to your Google account, you can access your most important documents, photos and videos from any device. Perfect for finishing off a project or getting that last minute interview prep done on the train.