Can Chromebooks be used without an internet connection?
PapaRiver 41 weeks ago
As I understand it, Chromebooks essentially work “in the cloud,” That’s fine most of the time, but occasionally I do need to do work, mainly word processing, when I do not have an internet connection. Am I out of luck when I’m out of WiFi range, or can I still use a Chromebook without a connection?
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