Summary:

Not happy about the new “new tab” page in Chrome? No worries, we can fix that for you in all of 10 seconds. And with new Chromebooks on the horizon, will any have a touchscreen? Evidence says: yes!

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There’s plenty of vocal discord about Google changing up the “new tab” page. Why duplicate search on the same page? It’s a valid complaint, but don’t sweat it if you don’t want the new “new tab” layout, we tell you how to get the old “new tab” if you want it. There’s also evidence of a second touchscreen Chromebook coming soon: Acer’s C270 may offer that option for a cost that won’t break the bank! And just how safe is Chrome and Chrome OS?


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Hosts: Kevin C. Tofel and Chris Albrecht

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