Operating a computer can get tedious and time-consuming as time goes by. If you’re an IT person or simply someone who has to spend long, hard hours on a device, you realize how useful it would be to have shortcuts to your work. Quite fortunately, that is exactly what brings us to the topic of today’s article – shortcuts on Chrome OS.
Chrome OS’s obvious yet highly popular mascot is the Google Chrome browser, which is also one of the world’s best internet browsers with zero doubt. This net surfer charmingly hits a trifecta with Chromebooks: simple, fast, and easy to use. However, it’s not a bad idea to change internet browsers from time to time since the user interface of these digital utilitarians gets pretty boring after you’ve spent a considerable while with them.
Chromebooks have a lot to offer in terms of functionality. From recording your screen to forming a connection with your phone using the latest Phone Hub feature, Chrome OS has come a long way from focusing just on the fundamentals and being simpleton devices.