Description: After you buy Chromebook Enterprise devices or Chrome Enterprise Upgrades for your standalone Chrome devices, enroll them in the Google Admin console. After a device is enrolled, you can start enforcing policies to manage its use. See Enroll Chrome devices. Enforce policies and manage apps
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Description: Chrome has its own task manager on Chrome OS, too. To use it, open any Chrome window. Click the menu button, point to “More Tools”, and then select the “Task Manager” option. The task manager shows you how much memory, CPU, and network activity different web pages, browser extensions, and apps are using. Use the System Page
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Description: That said, the Asus Chromebook Flip, Acer Chromebook R11, and Google Pixel (2015) running the version of Chrome OS in the beta channel reportedly have access to Android Device Manager.
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Description: Set up user policies for specific Chromebook groups as well as remotely activate or de-provision any device from the system. Advanced Content Filtering Create and implement user policies regarding safe search protocols, website and IP blocking, as well as YouTube video, category and channel restrictions.
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Description: Operating on Google's hyper-efficient, sandboxed Chrome OS, a Chromebook is not the first device users often think of when it comes to managing resources such as RAM, storage, and CPU loads.
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Description: Lenovo ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook Enterprise. Three brands, one device. This enterprise Chromebook combines the durability of a ThinkPad, the multi-mode flexibility of a Yoga, and the simplified, cloud-based manageability of a Chromebook, coming together to deliver smarter technology for the workforce.
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Description: This new update to the Chrome OS Account Manager is definitely one of those changes. ... that work on any app or service across your entire Chromebook. ... stored on the device and are able to be ...
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Description: 1) Shut down the device, disconnect DC Power, open up the back of your Chromebook using a Phillips Head Screwdriver, locate the battery, and disconnect it from the motherboard. If your policies aren't as strict, you'll need to wait about 25-30 minutes.
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