Chromebooks are known for its easy-to-use interface and bloat-free operating system. Chromebooks are relatively cheaper than traditional laptops and computers. Any mid-range Windows laptop will cost you around four times the price of a Chromebook. If your work involves using Chrome and cloud based software, then Chromebook is more than sufficient for you. So whether you are an individual or runs a business, you can save a lot of money by investing in Chromebook.
Chromebooks run ChromeOS, a Linux based operating system. Chromebooks don’t come with appropriate storage, but you can perform multiple tasks via Chromebooks and save it on your cloud. Another advantage you get with Chromebooks is that they do not rely on installed software. If you run a business, then you don’t need a full-fledged IT team for installation, updating, and support. Any cloud based software you use on Chromebook will automatically get updated by Google regularly. Chromebooks are more reliable and durable than traditional laptops and significantly less vulnerable to mechanical faults. With Chromebooks, you can increase your productivity as they can be easily integrated with GSuite. It saves your cost related to virus and malware protection software and gives you a robust platform for collaboration.
Chromebooks are not meant to run Android apps only; they cover a wide range of computing needs as well. Chromebooks are fast, stable, and easily portable devices. In Chromebooks, you generally don’t find tools like Device Manager, Performance Monitor, Event Viewer, and more. But as per Google, you don’t need these tools to check the system performance. But lately, Google has added a new URL called System Internals. With this URL, you can monitor your Chromebook’s system performance and view metrics like CPU usage, RAM allocation, and more.
In this article, we will mention a few steps you can follow to monitor your Chromebook’s system performance:
- First, open your Google Chrome, and in your address bar, paste the “chrome://sys-internals/” and press enter.
- Once you access the URL as mentioned above, a System Internals window will open up. From here, you can monitor the performance of your Chromebook such as CPU Usage, memory allocation, and more.
- To access more about CPU cores, click on the menu option located at the top left corner and tap on the “CPU” option.
- Once you click on the CPU option, you can check the performance of your CPU with a real-time graph of every core. You can display or remove the performance data of a specific core from the graph by clicking on the core. You can also save the graph and save it on your Chromebook for your future reference.
- You can also check the RAM usage by clicking on the menu bar. Open “RAM” from the options, and you can monitor the RAM performance in real-time. From here, you can also hide or show the usage by clicking on the type of memory.
- ● From the same sidebar, you can view the ZRAM’s performance in a Chromebook. ZRAM is a sort of swap memory allocated within the RAM.
By following the steps mentioned above, you can easily monitor your Chromebook’s system performance and understand how well your Chromebook is working. On Windows 10, you can monitor all running tasks and the performance from the Task Manager. But in Chromebooks, you can access all the required information from System Internals. For the Task Manager, you need to execute a Chromebook shortcut. You can view all the background processes and kill tasks like Windows 10 by simply pressing the “Search+Esc” keys.
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