Chromebook – Guided Tour

Chromebook – Guided Tour


Hi, my name is Glen and I’m going to show
you what using a Chromebook is like. When you first use a Chromebook, you sign
in with your Google account and just start using the web. All your bookmarks, extensions,
apps and other settings you use in Chrome are already there for you. If you don’t
want to log in, or you just want to let someone quickly use the machine, then you can use
Guest mode, too. Chromebooks make it super easy to get on the
Internet. You can connect through WiFi, or you can connect from anywhere with 3G, just
like a phone. Some Chromebooks have 3G built-in and come with one hundred megabytes a month
of free data from Verizon in the US, with equally awesome plans from our carrier partners
in Europe. Using a Chromebook is just like using Chrome
on your other computers. You can browse the web, play videos and games, use apps and chat
with your friends. Here you can see how chat works – small windows sit on top of your
tabs, so you can talk to people at the same time you do other things. Sometimes you need to work with files, and
Chromebooks support USB storage. If you want to watch a video file you already have, you
can just plug in a USB key and start watching. Similarly, if you have a camera loaded with
photos, you can just plug in your memory card and easily share and upload them. Just like Chrome, your Chromebook comes with
the Chrome Web Store. This helps you find awesome apps and games, word processors, spreadsheet,
and music apps. When you install these apps, they appear right on your new tab page. Because these apps and other settings are
stored online, once they’re installed you can access them from any other Chromebook,
or even Chrome on your desktop. This means that even if you lose your device, you can
just sign in on a new one and carry on where you left off. Thanks for watching, and enjoy your Chromebook.

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