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Google makes it easier to load custom code on Chromebooks

Folks have been loading Ubuntu and other operating systems of custom firmware on Chromebooks for almost as long as Google’s been making Chrome OS available. But now the company’s making it even easier for users to┬árun custom code on a Chromebook, thanks to new debugging features that are available in developer mode. In a nutshell […]

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Asus C200 Chromebook: Enabling dev mode, installing Ubuntu

The Asus C200 Chromebook┬áis a $249 laptop with an 11.6 inch display, an Intel Celeron Bay Trail processor, and around 10 hours of battery life. Oh yeah, it also happens to run Google’s browser-based operating system, Chrome OS. Chrome OS is a fast, secure operating system designed to run web apps, keep your data synchronized […]