Chromebooks are supposed to be simple, hassle-free systems — computers that are free from the complications of their Windows and Mac cousins. And by and large, they live up to that expectation.
But, well, they’re still computers. And no matter how many traditional operating system headaches Google’s Chrome OS may eliminate, it’s still bound to have its share of occasional quirks and challenges.
As someone who’s both covered and used Chrome OS since its start — and fielded countless questions from the Chromebook-owning masses — I’ve seen it all.