4 Best Linux Distributions To Install On A Google Chromebook
The good thing about Chrome hardware is the price. Thanks to Google, anyone can go out and buy a $350 laptop for 199-250 dollars. They usually have good battery life, decent screens and just enough RAM/storage space to accomplish day to day things.
Google is responsible for getting computers into the hands of more and more people. They subsidize the cost of Chromebooks, and as a result, more people have laptops. Trouble is, the operating system on these Chrome devices are locked down, don’t respect user privacy, and don’t have a lot to offer outside of a web browser. If you’ve unlocked the bootloader on your Chrome device, and want to replace the operating system, Linux is the best choice. Linux operating systems are free, and will run on anything. Here are the best Linux distributions to install on a Google Chromebook.