This is what is so different about the Chromebook’s keyboard
One of the things that grab attention about the Chromebook is the keyboard. There seem to be a few keys that look different from those that you see on a Macbook or Windows laptop and yes, they are not just for garnishing, but rather serve some purpose. It is true that the Chromebook is still a distant third in the laptop OS market race, but Google is doing everything they can to bridge that gap and truly make the Chrome OS, and in turn, the Chromebook, a compelling product offering.
In this article, we are going to talk about what is so different about the Chromebook’s keyboard.
Let’s look at the Top Row first
Google has replaced the standard numbered function keys (F1, F2, etc.) with a row of dedicated keys. Remember that these can vary based on the age and type of your Chromebook. In fact, you’re unlikely to have all of the keys mentioned above. Here is a list of the keys that you may find on the top row of your Chromebook, listed from left to right and with a brief description for less common keys.