Chromebooks differ from typical laptops in a variety of ways, and not simply in terms of software.
The most evident physical distinction is that Chromebooks have keyboards with Chrome OS-specific functionalities, which means they lack conventional keys like F1 and even Caps Lock. Depending on your working style, this could be a pleasant shift or a huge nuisance.
Don’t give up if that arrangement doesn’t work for you. You may remap a significant number of the keys on your Chromebook to drastically alter how you use it.
Step 1. To begin, navigate to the Keyboard section of your Chromebook’s settings.