As a Google Advocate I use almost every available Google platform for work and privately. Recently I started using a Chromebook and here are my findings.
The Chromebook I use is a Toshiba Chromebook 2 CB30-B-104. Initially I tested a CB30-B-103 (1366×768), but switched to the 104 version for the 1920×1080 HD screen. I use the Chromebook Remote Desktop to login to a PC for tasks the Chromebook is not well equiped for. This PC also has a HD screen and now there is no weird scaling/font rendering on the screen anymore.
Tips & Tricks
|Single Click||One finger|
|Double Click||One finger double tap|
|Right Click||Two fingers tap or ALT + one finger tap|
|Back||Two finger left to right|
|Forward||Two finger right to left|
|Scroll||Two finger down|
|Tab left||Three finger left to right|
|Tab right||Three finger right to left|
|Open windows||Three finger down|
Google has a nice overview of all the shortkeys on this page.
The best shortkey to use is CTRL + ALT + ? which shows the build in visual keyboard shortkeys explanation. Just click on a SHIFT, CTRL or ALT key for the shortkeys of each key (combination).
Here are the screenshots of the different CTRL – ALT – SHIFT combinations
CTRL + ALT
CTRL + SHIFT
SHIFT + ALT
|F4||Full screen Chrome window which auto hides the Chrome tab bar|
|Right Click||Right Click|