What is a Chromebook?
Basically, a Chromebook is nothing more than a laptop, which has been absolutely trendy for many years. The main difference to a conventional notebook, however, is the operating system, because here you no longer find Windows, but Chrome OS. As you may have already suspected, the software comes from Google and has been very popular in schools in Scandinavia and the USA for years. But the Chromebook is also becoming more and more of a trend in the private sector.
In different Chromebook tests it can be read that the first model was already available in 2011, but at that time the operating system was still strictly limited, especially since Google did without data storage in the device and instead relied on a cloud application. This in turn has the disadvantage that a Chromebook could only be used if there was a constant internet connection. Because of this, a Chromebook bestseller unfortunately not enforce because the possibilities of use were more than limited.
But that has changed in the meantime, because the Chromebook is becoming increasingly popular. This is not least due to the fact that only a small amount of hard disk space is required, as both the software and all data are stored in the cloud. Whether it is information from Google Maps, Docs or tables, all applications can be used with the Chromebook without any problems. Another major advantage is that tablets or smartphones can be synchronized simply and easily. This means that the data is available on all devices so that you can work with it anywhere. The basic requirement is of course a functioning and stable internet connection.