I could have used this when I got my Chromebook.
Now, a computer is a computer is a computer but there are little gotchas with various operating systems that take a bit of getting used to.
Like MacOS not liking the ALT key but uses the Windows/Super key instead for some tasks. Or the difference between a backspace key and a delete key. They’re easily learned once you set yourself on a path to actually learn them.
I suspect that my learning with a new Chromebook was the same as others.
- what’s that magnifying glass doing on the CAPS LOCK key?
- how do you CAPS LOCK anyway?
- is there a files manager?
- is there a Task Manager?
- where did all the Function keys go and what do those new symbols mean?
And other things. Of course, they’re all easily found with a simple Google search but they’re all nicely laid out in this Chromebook Simulator.
Work your way though the menu on the left and see the results appear graphically in the main part of the screen. Although I’ve used this Chromebook for a couple of years now, there were still a few new things to learn. In this case, I learned a few more multiple-finger actions.
You might want to tuck this away as an introductory lesson for Chromebooks in your classroom.
Bonus tutorial – Pixel Phone Simulator