How to Install and Run Linux on a Chromebook

Chromebooks have become popular for two simple reasons: ease of use and price. Their growing popularity has led to a rapid increase in the number of apps available, which in turn enhance the functionality of these Chromebooks. We’re not here to talk about Chrome OS or its apps, however…. Source:

The best Linux apps for Chrome OS

Slowly but surely, Google is bringing support for Linux applications to Chrome OS. Even though the feature is primarily aimed at developers, like those who want to get Android Studio running on a Pixelbook, there are plenty of apps that can benefit normal users…. Source:

​How to add Linux to your Chromebook

It’s long been possible to run Linux on a Chromebook. That’s no surprise. After all, Chrome OS is a Linux variant. But, doing it by using either Crouton in a chroot container or Gallium OS, a Xubuntu Chromebook-specific Linux variant, wasn’t easy…. Source:

How To: Enable Developer Mode On A Chromebook Tablet

Chromium developers are busy bringing the Crostini Project and Linux apps into the mainstream Chrome OS experience but that will never deter the tinkerers and hackers who like to find themselves outside of norm…. Source:

How to Install Linux on a Chromebook and Unlock Its Full Potential

There are some Chromebooks with awesome hardware out there, like the beautiful Chromebook Pixel, but they don’t quite hit their full potential with Chrome OS. Here’s how to install Ubuntu and get more out of your Chromebook. Google set out to build “the best laptop possible…. Source:

How to install Linux on a Chromebook (and why you should)

Chromebooks are one of the most secure devices you can give a non-technical end user, and at a price point few can argue with, but that security comes with a privacy trade off: you have to trust Google, which is part of the NSA’s Prism programme, with your data in the cloud…. Source: