Difference between revisions of "Set up a Chromebook"

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Next update it. Then enable the Google Play Store in order to test Android apps. Android is the key to some of the Chromebook's functionality, including using the stylus to annotate PDFs.  
The next screen will ask you to "Sign in to your Chromebook." Do this, using your RCS username and password again.
 
If you're asked to, select an image for your user profile.
 
Now let's get things humming.
 
First let's remove the RCS-Guest network. Starting in the status tray, do the following:<br>
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Next update it [https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/177889?hl=en by following these instructions].
 
While you're in settings, check out some of your options. "Google Now cards" might be useful. And under "Touchpad settings" you can reverse your scrolling direction (Chromebook calls this "Australian scrolling").  
 
Once updated, you should be able to use the Google Play Store in order to test Android apps. Android is the key to some of the Chromebook's functionality, including using the stylus to annotate PDFs.  
[https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/how-to-install-android-apps-on-a-chromebook/ Go here] for instructions on updating Chrome OS and activating the Play store
[https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/how-to-install-android-apps-on-a-chromebook/ Go here] for instructions on updating Chrome OS and activating the Play store