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How to Optimize Your Chromebook for Use Offline

While Google has steadily touted Chrome OS as a cloud-centric operating system, the platform's ability to work with offline apps is steadily growing, and that is making Chromebooks much more flexible systems than they were before. On the Chrome Web Store, you can find many apps that work offline, including QuickNote for note taking, Videostream for Chromecast, and more. Google has even recently given Chromebook users a way to watch Google Play Movies and TV offline.

In this post, you'll find good resources for arming yourself with the best offline apps for Chrome OS.

 

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