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How to enable developer mode on a Chrome OS tablet (and install Linux using Crouton)

Google’s Chrome OS is designed to be a relatively secure, simple operating system that’s easy to use and hard to mess up. But you can run stable channel, beta channel, or dev channel software on any Chromebook depending on whether you want the safest experience or buggy, bleeding-edge features. There’s also an option called Developer […]

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Asus C200 Chromebook: Enabling dev mode, installing Ubuntu

The Asus C200 Chromebook is 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 […]

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HP Chromebook 11: How to enable dev mode (video)

The HP Chromebook 11 is a thin and light laptop which runs Google’s Chrome OS software. But what if you want to break out of the confines of a browser-based operating system, access a command line terminal, repartition the storage space, or even install an alternate operating system? Easy. Just enable developer mode. Every chromebook […]