Clear the Cache. Press the following keys together "Ctrl", "Shift" and "Backspace" . The Clear Browsing data window will pop up, change the "Time range" to "All time", make sure the bottom two options are checked and then click "Clear data".
Log out of the Chromebook.
If you see any other logins, sign them out as well and remove them. When prompted, say yes to removing local content.
Then restart the Chromebook and log back in.
Still having problems, talk to a teacher or email firstname.lastname@example.org
No - the attached case is to protect the Chromebook, removing the case can result in damage to the Chromebook. If the Chromebook came with a case, at no time is it acceptable to remove the case.
Click "forgot password" then click "Proceed anyway".
While online, go to google drive, click the settings gear,
click settings, check the box next to offline editing
Google drive>setting gear>settings>offline editing
You right click by lightly tapping the touchpad with two fingers, you don’t have to actually press on the touchpad-just tap. You can view more cool mouse tricks in this video including how to scroll, go backwards, go forwards, and drag/drop.
Chromebooks don’t have these keys, but if you press alt and the search key it will turn on caps lock, alt and backspace works the same as delete
Alt-search (magnifying glass)=Caps Lock
Find the files app, it is a blue circle with a folder in it, here your downloads and screenshots will be stored.
You can screenshot by holding ctrl and the window switcher key (right above the 6, it is a square with two lines next to it).
In the bottom right corner, there is information about your computer. You can see the battery level there, if you click on it, it will show you an estimate of how many hours your battery has left.
In the bottom right corner, there is information about your computer, if you click on this area it will bring up options to sign out, at the bottom of this area is a power button, you can shut down your Chromebook using this.
Above the 7/8/9 keys are two keys that look like setting gears, the larger one turns your brightness up, the smaller one turns the brightness down.
Above the 9/0/-/= keys are three buttons that look like speakers, the speaker with a line through it mutes your machine, the speaker with one semi-circle turns your volume down, and the speaker with 2 semicircles turns your machine up.
Alternatively you can go to the settings area by clicking on the clock in the lower right hand corner and adjust your volume there.
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