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"You should see a spyglass key at the left of the keyboard's middle row, in the place where you would expect to find the Caps Lock key. This key is used to initiate a search, but many chromebook users prefer to revert to the traditional use as the Caps Lock key. You can do this via the Chrome Settings… see more
This might help:
"You should see a spyglass key at the left of the keyboard's middle row, in the place where you would expect to find the Caps Lock key. This key is used to initiate a search, but many chromebook users prefer to revert to the traditional use as the Caps Lock key. You can do this via the Chrome Settings web page at chrome://settings/keyboard-overlay." -- From http://www.amazon.com/The-Chrome-Book-Fourth-Edition/dp/149095175X , reproduced with permission. see less
This might help:
"You should see a spyglass key at the left of the keyboard's middle row, in the place where you would expect to find the Caps Lock key. This key is used to initiate a search, but many chromebook users prefer to revert to the traditional use as the Caps Lock key. You can do this via the Chrome Settings web page at chrome://settings/keyboard-overlay." -- From http://www.amazon.com/The-Chrome-Book-Fourth-Edition/dp/149095175X , reproduced with permission.

By LOTONtech on July 18, 2013
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No. You use a keyboard only.
By Max on July 3, 2013
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both support the arabic language in their tablets and chromebook lines. it's your choice what you need.
By tania on August 21, 2013
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I was not able to turn that off. Everything got saved automatically to the google drive
By piner on September 4, 2013
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Probably not. It is internet only and does not run programs (no games!)
By Robert on July 22, 2013
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In my box, I found the laptop and the AC cord for power. In addition, an instruction manual is provided. Hope that helps.
By beth on July 11, 2013
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Simply go to Google and type "Microsoftword" for Chrome and it will walk you through......
By Ian D Meldrum on January 24, 2014
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I don't understand your question. Are you referring to the chrome operating system versus a windows operating system. With the chrome OS, u can access the Internet. Therefore, u can bring up Facebook, Amazon, and knitting projects
By beth on August 9, 2013
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In general no. There are sites which offer Minecraft in the browser, but they are almost certainly using the Java browser plugin, which isn't supported on Chromebooks.
It is possible to put the Chromebook in Developer Mode, install Java, then get Minecraft working. There are websites and YouTube videos explaining ho… see more
In general no. There are sites which offer Minecraft in the browser, but they are almost certainly using the Java browser plugin, which isn't supported on Chromebooks.
It is possible to put the Chromebook in Developer Mode, install Java, then get Minecraft working. There are websites and YouTube videos explaining how. But I don't think it's easy. see less
In general no. There are sites which offer Minecraft in the browser, but they are almost certainly using the Java browser plugin, which isn't supported on Chromebooks.
It is possible to put the Chromebook in Developer Mode, install Java, then get Minecraft working. There are websites and YouTube videos explaining how. But I don't think it's easy.

By R. Tupelo Schneck on June 18, 2013
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No and yes. You can't install Yahoo Messenger, but you can use their web client, or you can download one of the multi-purpose messaging extensions that will work with Yahoo Messenger.
By Dale F. Rice on September 22, 2013