Posts Tagged ‘François Beaufort’
One of the best things about Chromebooks is that you can take full control of the hardware. In order to do this, one must activate Developer Mode.
We see many Chrome apps come and go, but very few come from popular Googler François Beaufort. Beaufort’s apps are usually made with testing in mind, and today’s example is no exception.
Many of you have probably heard of Chromium and wondered just what it is. The answer is a bit hazy for most, but François Beaufort is here to try to show you what it’s all about.
Have you been using your Chromebook for a while and want to get more out of it? You might want to check out the Beta or Dev channels. Which one is the right one?
Want to better organize your App List? Chrome OS needs better organizing features, but Google is working hard on it and now you can do a bit more.
Google has recently properly documented the chrome.wallpaper API, so Googler François Beaufort couldn’t leave his arms crossed. He has created a simple, but nifty app named Wallpapers+. It allows the user to search and set wallpapers from Google+. Google+ is full of photographers, which makes this a very helptful tool …
More than an actual app, Music Remote Controller is a demonstration of how powerful the Chrome browser is. It is a bit faulty, but the app can become something very awesome!
Those who use screen capturing can attest to how annoying it is that Chromebooks don’t have said feature. It forces us to use other operating systems, but it won’t have to be like this for much longer!
If there is a Chrome-related leak rolling around the internet, you can be almost sure popular developer François Beaufort is somehow related to it. The Chrome OS fan base has been blessed by his many contributions to the community. He has given us info on the Chromebook Pixel, the rumored …
Purchasing a Chromebook can bring forth many benefits, but one of the best deals is being able to get 100 free GB of Google Drive storage for 2 years. The Lenovo X131e hadn’t been added to the list of devices compatible with this freebie until now. Popular Chrome developer François …