Chromebook Keyboard Issues

Chromebook Keyboard Issues

Resetting Launchpoint

Resetting LaunchPoint

Wifi Connections

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Power

How to Update Your Chromebook's Operating System

Your Chromebook automatically checks for and downloads updates when connected to Wi-Fi or Ethernet.

Finish an Update:

  1. When your Chromebook downloads a software update, look for the "Update Available" notification.

  2. Select Restart to Update.

  3. Your Chromebook will restart and update.

*Note: to learn more about the newest Chromebook features, in the "Update Available" notification, select Learn More about the latest Chrome OS update.

If you use your Chromebook at work or school:

  1. When your Chromebook downloads a software update, the notification will be colored:

  2. Select restart to update.

  3. Your Chromebook will restart and update.

Check for Updates Yourself:

  1. Turn on your Chromebook.

  2. Connect your Chromebook to Wi-Fi.

  3. At the bottom right, select the time.

  4. Select Settings.

  5. At the bottom left panel, select About Chrome OS.

  6. Under "Google Chrome OS," you will find which version of the Chrome operating system your Chromebook uses.

  7. Select Check for Updates.

  8. If your Chromebook finds a software update, it will start to download automatically.

*Note: if your Chromebook uses your phone's internet connection or its own mobile data, you'll get an alert about how much mobile data it needs to update. You can then stop or continue with the update.