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catamount
1 week ago

I need to format an SD card to FAT32, and was wondering if I can do that with my Chromebook. It has an option to “format device” but it doesn’t allow you to...

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MGaluzzi
1 week ago

I am considering buying a few Chromebooks as an inexpensive option for use when people are out of the office. However, there are times we need to be able to...

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MGaluzzi
9 weeks ago

Is there a way to save web pages for later viewing on a Chromebook, even when you don’t have an internet connection?

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catamount
10 weeks ago

I recently bought a new Chromebook. I like it pretty well for the most part, but some little things will take some getting used to, such as the lack of a...

catamount
11 weeks ago

I decided to give a Chromebook a try, and just ordered an HP 14” Chromebook with 4GB of RAM and a 32GB SSD. I’m curious how easy it has been for people to...

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Aryton
11 weeks ago

I saw a really nice deal on a Chromebook, and I think I will pick one up. One question, though - can I use iTunes on a Chromebook?

Tags: Chromebook, itunes |
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