A few weeks ago, I bought a Toshiba Chromebook 2 to use while Apple was repairing my MacBook Air. I’ve gotten to like it for my admittedly limited computing needs.

The Chrome browser counts for a lot on a Chromebook. Within it, I can write and edit documents with Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides — the 100GB of free Google Drive storage is much appreciated. Chrome also provides access to additional Google Web services, like YouTube, Maps, Play Books, and Play Music.

I can use dedicated Web apps that come by default like Hangouts, Keep, Google+ Photos, Play Movies, a calculator, and a camera. And through the Chrome Web Store I can discover more Web apps from third-party developers and Google itself.

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