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Chromebooks are ultimate and unique in many ways, they inexpensive, parts are durable and fully functional. Here is quick guide of Google ChromeBook Key’s functions and meaning. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Google ChromeBook Keys - Functions and Meaning

Google ChromeBook Keys Functions and Meaning
  • Chromebooks are unique in many ways, they are
    very inexpensive, for the most part very durable,
    well at least durable enough for most of the
    school districts across the country to switch
    from Macbooks to Chromebooks.

  • The chromebook unlike laptops it is meant to be
    disposable and not repaired or repairable so many
    of the parts on it are either soldered into the
    motherboard, the screen is glued into the screen
    bezels, and the keyboard is also glued together
    with the palmrest making repair impossible or

  • Another unique feature of the chromebook is its
    extra row of keys on top, regular laptops have a
    set of "function" keys where you can toggle
    between the designated key and then the other,
    but Chromebook have what we call dedicated
    chromebook keyboard key functions.

  • The set of the 10 keys on top are dedicated in
    making it simple for kids at school to browse the
    web from going to previous page, and even opening
    the browser in full screen mode.

  • Lets dive a little deeper in the function of
    these keys, it will also make it easier when you
    are ready to order a Chromebook keyboard key that
    you know which keys to select, we have provided a
    chart below, and a picture of the actual keyboard
    key and its intended function.

  • The symbols on these keys are standard on all
    chromebook keyboards from Acer, Asus, Dell, HP,
    Google, Lenovo, samsung, and Toshiba, not only do
    they share the same top row of keys, a pro tip is
    they often share the same keyboard!

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  • Left Arrow or Function 1 Go back to the
    previous page on the web browser.
  • Right Arrow or Function 2 Go forward to the
    next page in the web browser history.
  • Refresh or Function 3 Reload or Refresh the
    current web page.
  • Full Screen or Function 4 Take the current page
    to full screen mode.
  • Tabs or Function 5 Switches to different tab or

  • Dim Screen or Function 6 Decrease the screen
  • Light Screen or Function 7 Increase the screen
  • Mute or Function 8 Mute the sound.
  • Volume Down or Function 9 Decrease the Volume.
  • Volume Up or Function 10 Increase the Volume.