Why Use a Chromebook

Why Use a Chromebook

Detailed video tutorial “Why Use a Chromebook”

Why use a Chromebook? Because they’re freakin’ awesome!
In a matter of a week I went from not even knowing why Chromebooks exists to absolution loving it!

Chrome OS may seem a bit limiting on the service, but when you dig in to things like Android on Chrome OS and Linux on Chrome OS, you start to really see the power of these devices!

Check out my video dedicated to ways to game on a Chromebook: https://youtu.be/G3dOwkVSkI4

Specs on the machine in the video (link to machine is below):
Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14
Intel UHD 620 Graphics
128 GB EMMC Storage
14″ 1080p touch display
Stylus storage built into the case

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34 thoughts on “Why Use a Chromebook”

  1. Check out this video for more details on how to game on a Chromebook: https://youtu.be/G3dOwkVSkI4

  2. A chromebook has a USB port, but you can NOT play DVD movies via that port using a DVD drive.

  3. Absolutely fantastic. Thanks for this great introduction to Chromebook. I've loved them, but not yet committed to using them fully and want to shift more to it simply because it is a simple, reliable, tool. This has helped me to consider taking 'chromebooking' to that next level.

  4. When Chromebooks were first release I was completely against the concept… over the years as they evolved, I am addicted to them running my 5th Chromebook to date. Anyone who spends most of their time computing online, Chromebooks may be right for them. Great video ^^

  5. My Mum & Dad have an Acer Chromebook 14 HD each. That's all they need . I think people underestimate these devices,it's the simplicity of them that makes them good. I bet 95% of computer users only use the web browser on their PC anyway.

  6. Great post…. but hope you do more on, "Linux (beta) on your Chromebook"…. that doesn't require putting it in Development Mode…

  7. I'm really interested on getting a Chrome book. But after seeing your very informative video. A chrome book is basically an Android with a bigger screen and a keyboard. I'm damn wondering if I can use windows software on this thing. Like iTunes or Adobe Cloud Suite. Also the games on the play store about 95% of them are pay to win. If not I rather stick to my android phone instead.

    But I'm open to buying a chrome book if you can install Windows 10 without hassle. I just want the book for streaming and doing basic things.

  8. Do you have to use linux to install gimp? Also being that theirs no GPU, what is the cpu capable of? I bought a chromebook about a year ago and was wondering how to find the capability of my system. I do know their was no hdmi port and did pick up a adapter for that purpose.The reason why I'm clueless is because I picked it up for a backup for online browsing and hardly ever use it. Thanx in advance if you do respond.On a side note I also use bit torrent on my windows and know that chromebook does'nt support it.

  9. Yep, I'm just moving to chrome, about to get an Acer Chromebook 15, with the pentium chip, not the AMD….

  10. Honestly, a Chromebook is perfect for a lot of people, even more so if you use the cloud, or like me, uploads everything to Google Drive. I have a custom gaming desktop but lately have grown tired of gaming so I'm using it less and less. The ease of use of the Chromebook is probably where my future investments in computers will stay.

  11. Chrome OS is incompatible with the gobs of specialty software I use. Windows is pretty much my only option unfortunately.

  12. Sounds like Chrome OS is a good efficient OS. If it got developed to the point that a ton of software I use ran on it we would probably be able to do full music production, video production, 3D animation with 1/10 the computer power a Window 10 laptop requires to operate at a basic level. Am I right?

  13. Incredibly informative, thank you. This is the quality content I look for from tech videos!

  14. I LOVED YOUR INTRO ,, No click here, punch there, don't forget, energy humbleness and great info.

  15. most of everthing cant run on my chromebook. is there anyway of fixing this
    or is there a way to edit and upload videos?

  16. I have my Alienware top of the range computer for serious number crunching (not for gaming) and I have my Chromebook for the everyday work when I need a good keyboard or if I want to surf the net in combination with Chromecast on the 8K Panasonic big TV. Chromebooks are fantastic, easy to handle, power-efficient and always ready when you are ready. Great invention,, Google, and an excellent explanation of how it all works by Eevnos. Thanks for the production.

  17. Got my brand-new, inexpensive HP Chromebook to lock up using crouton. The thing ignored the power button!? Linux beta works a lot better. (I use 2 flavors of Linux on my main desktop, so I'm kinda used to it.)

  18. my laptop fried itself a year and a half ago, and was without one for a few months (I was going kind of nuts). My father and stepmother got me a basic chromebook as an early birthday present. Nothing fancy, and not much storage, but it was a lot better than what I had (nothing), and since I love to type and play games on the computer itself and not just a tablet, it was a LOT better than nothing. It definitely took some getting used to, not having access to certain things that I was used to on a Windows laptop, and it being like my android phone with a much bigger screen, but I definitely got used to it. Was able to type and write again, and I was finally able to play the Harry Potter game again (my phone at the time was NOT compatible with it!) . Silly I know, but I definitely got used to it. I had an idiot moment and spilled something and now the screen is blurry… but the laptop itself still works and I got used to the screen. (Just wish the entire thing was foggy instead of most of it. But it still works.) I recently upgraded to another one with a touch screen and just a bit more storage. I don't need anything fancy, and I'm kind of hooked. It's nice to know that all my documents from the other one just automatically transferred and are available with this one , including the important upgraded resume.

  19. Internet…banking…Facebook….YouTube….that is what I use my iPad for…all my devices to old utilize. my television …don't know what a gig is…

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