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The left side has an SD Card slot and a headphone jack. Normally we detest notebook designs that put the ports in the back, but in this case we don't think users will be accessing them very often. When we tested it, the Samsung Chromebook Series 3 was running Chrome OS version 23, which brings many welcome improvements, including a Windows- or Mac-style desktop that helps alleviate the feelings of being trapped inside a Web browser.
The desktop, however, doesn't provide any functionality besides providing a background when windows aren't maximized; users are unable to add icons or folders to the desktop. Click to Enlarge Along the bottom of the screen is a menu bar, featuring quick-access app icons on the left and the clock, volume, Wi-Fi connectivity and battery life on the right. The location of these app icons can be moved to fit the user's preference with a click and drag.
When we Alt-clicked on an icon, we could choose to either pin or unpin the app from the launcher as well as adjust the window or tab where the application launches. At the right of the apps pinned to the menu bar is an icon that opens to reveal all installed applications that aren't pinned to the launcher. Applications are shown in 4 by 4 grids, and new pages are created as more apps are installed.
We liked having quick access to all our apps, but we we weren't able to organize them by rearranging their order or creating folders. Instead, they were simply organized by the install date. Unlike previous versions of Chrome OS, windows can be minimized or pinned left or right rather than simply maximized. These were welcome additions to the OS and made the computing experience feel much more natural. Samsung has ditched Intel for ARM, using a 1. These specs are conducive for the basics, such as Web browsing, streaming videos and writing documents, but are limited when it comes to heavier computing and gaming.
In real-world testing, the Chromebook Series held up better than expected. We were able to simultaneously run Plants vs. Zombies, Crazy Rollercoaster and Big Fish in three different tabs while streaming videos on YouTube without any performance issues.
This performance isn't as high as the Series 5 , which averaged between 45 to 60 fps with the same settings. Click to Enlarge With the Chromebook Series 3, connectivity still is key. Without Internet access, a large number of features and functions are simply unavailable. Within the Chrome App Store pictured , however, there is a collection of apps that work without Internet connectivity.
This connectivity issue is being tackled from both sides, however, so the issue isn't as crippling as when the Chromebook first debuted. Not only is there a wider selection of offline apps in the the Chrome App Store, but Wi-Fi is available in more and more locations. Google offers many of its most popular apps as offline versions. Gmail Offline downloads emails directly to the Chromebook's hard drive for offline viewing. This app also supports offline email composing, saving a local draft and then syncing to email once an Internet connection is restored.
We found the offline apps not just useful but comforting; we no longer worried about losing Internet and the Chromebook becoming completely useless. Google Drive is the Chromebook's answer to a file browser. Files of all types can be stored in Google Drive, including documents, images, videos and music.
There are two ways to browse and access files in the Drive, through the Chrome Web browser and the Files app. Clicking on the Google Drive app icon launches drive. Click to Enlarge The Chromebook also has a Files icon, which launches a view reminiscent of a traditional finder window.
Despite its looks, this window is severely limited in terms of functionality. Unlike Google Drive in a Web browser, we couldn't create folders or organize our files. Our only options were to view, launch or delete files. We opened a zip file filled with pictures from the Files manager and, rather than extracting the documents like on a traditional OS, Chrome OS treated the directory as an external drive. We were able to browse and view images within the zip drive and then eject the disc once we were finished.
The Chromebook has a built-in photo editor, but to say that the features are limited would be an understatement. We could auto-fix the colors, crop, adjust brightness and rotate the file, but no more. Fortunately, there are numerous photo editing apps available in the Chrome App Store. Our favorite, PicMonkey, worked flawlessly and helped circumvent the limitations of the built-in photo editor. Many of the classics are present, such as Pandora, Tweetdeck and "Angry Birds. However, just because an application is available in the the Chrome App Store doesn't guarantee that it will work on the Chromebook.
We installed the horror game "Slender," only to learn that it requires the Unity3D gaming plugin, which is not supported by Chrome OS. There are lots of other titles that don't work, such as "Counter Strike Portable. The Chrome Remote Desktop plugin provides a full desktop experience for those who want it.
And you should be on your way. In order to modify the chromebook you must have developer privileges. In order to switch your chromebook into developer mode you must hold down the esc and refresh keys then tap the power button. The chromebook will then take several minutes to reset. After the terminal opens type shell and hit enter. Congrats now you are into the shell terminal of the chromebook. Now it gets tricky type. First off all give yourself a pat on the back becuase the easy part is over and continue to next step.
Thanks and if this really helped you guys then please leave a like because this took a long time to put together. Question 6 months ago on Introduction. Question 9 months ago. The link to the image doesn't work anymore Edit: To install the image to internal memory, use this command from the kali drive xzcat kali-linux Reply 1 year ago. Hello Sirius Do you have something available? Tip 1 year ago. I didn't dig into a solution for this, so if anyone knows how to get it to switch automatically, please post here and let us know!
Hello, Krys the link posted worked for me via Bit Torrent to get Kali. I have used this on an old Samsung Chromebook and it has given it a new purpose and use. Is there any way to transfer this to the Samsung's internal storage? Thanks for all your hard work, much appreciarted. Question 2 years ago. Answer 1 year ago.
He says there is no longer an ISO available. I am not sure if yuou need 32bit or 64 bit.