After several moments of no activity, you’ll find it common for devices to go to sleep. This is a default setting intended to save battery for users whenever the system detects the device is left idle. However, there are many instances when you’d require your Chromebook to stay awake despite zero usage. This could be when you’re trying to upload a bulky file, or you’re multitasking with another device at the same time, and you’d like to make your Chromebook screen stay visible.
Chromebooks being simple devices, have similar-natured keyboards as well. You’ll find most of the useful stuff right out of the box with them—just the same as any other laptop—but for the extra inputs that really get things going, you’ll have to put in a bit of extra effort.
Chrome OS has progressed way beyond the expected threshold, even to the point where the daily drivers of individuals and businesses alike are now actively replaced by Chromebooks. In the latter half of 2020, Chrome OS also managed to sprint out just ahead of Apple’s macOS, and this enough speaks volumes about this operating system’s bright prospects.