1. Google to Finally Document Chrome OS Updates  Thurrott.com
  2. Google attacks Windows by comparing it to a broken-down car  TechRadar
  3. Chromebooks are getting expensive, should you buy one instead of Windows? – Which? News  Which?
  4. Chrome OS 76: New features actually available this go-round  Chrome Unboxed
  5. [Update: Live] What's new with Chrome OS? Post-update release notes may start filling you in on changes  Android Police
  6. View full coverage on Google News
In a new advert for Chromebooks, Google compares Windows to an old broken-down car that’s falling apart.Not pulling any punches

Google attacks Windows by comparing it to a broken-down car | TechRadar

Just a week past due, Chrome OS 76 has begun rolling out to select users with more Chromebooks to follow in coming days and weeks. There has been a bit of confusion surrounding what features are actually in this update, So, we wanted to cover what's officially new in Chrome OS 76. No flags, no hacks, just a proper list of what Stable users can expect.

Chrome OS 76: New features actually available this go round

Google's Chrome OS usually sees a "major" Stable Channel update about every six weeks, but if you don't follow the news at places like our site, you mightGoogle's Chrome OS usually sees a "major" Stable Channel update about every six weeks, but if you don't follow the news at places like our site, you might

[Update: Live] What's new with Chrome OS? Post-update release notes may start filling you in on changes

While Google has always been pretty transparent about Chrome updates, it’s been less so about Chrome OS. That’s changing.

Google to Finally Document Chrome OS Updates - Thurrott.com

“Chrome OS has landed on the Stable Channel for #Chromebooks and @Google highlights two new features. But there's *plenty* more in there: Here's what you need to know. https://t.co/TFMFIeLQMa”

Kevin C. Tofel on Twitter: "Chrome OS has landed on the Stable Channel for #Chromebooks and @Google highlights two new features. But there's *plenty* more in there: Here's what you need to know. https://t.co/TFMFIeLQMa"

And, as it happens, they're also the best Chromebook laptops for home or work, too.And, as it happens, they're also the best Chromebook laptops for home or work, too.

Best Chromebook laptops for school | ZDNet

Google is working on a new Chrome tab manager feature that will let you organize your tabs more efficiently. Right now, if you want, you can try out the feature by enabling the tab groups in flag in Chrome and Chrome Canary browsers. Tab Groups comes with a decent number of features that can help you out.Google is working on a new Chrome tab manager feature that will let you organize your tabs more efficiently. Right now, if you want, you can try out the feature by enabling the tab groups in flag in Chrome and Chrome Canary browsers. Tab Groups comes with a decent number of features that can help you out.

How To Enable "Tab Groups" Feature In Google Chrome? | Use Built-In Chrome Tab Manager

Google is working on a new Chrome tab manager feature that will let you organize your tabs more efficiently. Right now, if you want, you can try out the feature by enabling the tab groups in flag in Chrome and Chrome Canary browsers. Tab Groups comes with a decent number of features that can help you out.

How To Enable "Tab Groups" Feature In Google Chrome? | Use Built-In Chrome Tab Manager

Chromebook or Windows? The age-old question gets even harder as premium ChromeOS devices hit the market.Chromebook or Windows? The age-old question gets even harder as premium ChromeOS devices hit the market.

Chromebooks are getting expensive, should you buy one instead of Windows? – Which? News