If users fill up all the storage on their Chromebook, there are a couple of things they can do to free some space. Here’s what will work.
Chromebooks are a relatively new category of devices that offer the usability of Android apps in the form-factor of laptops. Several companies are now manufacturing entry-level devices that leverage Chrome OS and other web-based apps. Although these devices are highly affordable, manufacturers cut some corners in terms of RAM and on-device storage.
Although Chromebooks are not meant for handling heavy apps and games, installed apps, images, word documents and other downloaded files fill up the storage fast. As a result, some users who purchase Chromebooks constantly find themselves running out of space. As a solution, Google asks users to keep an eye on their storage and free up some space whenever needed.