Whether you’re just getting started as a developer or transitioning from another platform, ChromeOS has a number of built-in features designed to help keep you productive. ChromeOS includes a number of productivity features you’re used to from other platforms, like global keyboard shortcuts, touchpad gestures, and virtual desks to keep you organized. You can customize keyboard bindings and touchpad settings to make you as productive as possible, and access other computers through SSH or remote desktop software. You can even enable experimental features to test before they hit the OS, or enter developer mode to take full control of the operating system. With all that ChromeOS has to offer, you can get productive, and stay productive, quickly.
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Learn how to customize the Terminal settings and multitask with multi-tab support.
Keyboard and touchpad tips and tricks for being more productive on your Chromebook.
Virtual desks allow users to have multiple virtual workspaces, allowing for organization.
There are a number of built-in and Google-approved ways to access remote computers.
Enable experimental features in ChromeOS by changing releases, toggling flags, or enabling developer mode.