How to Reset or Powerwash Your Chromebook

Powerwash-Chromebook-Featured.pngIf you’re having problems with your Chromebook, you may need to do a factory reset to return it to its original state. You may also want to wipe all of your data before selling your old machine. This factory reset is known as a powerwash on Chrome OS. A factory reset will erase all the information on your hard drive. Any files that you haven’t backed up to Google Drive or an external hard drive will be lost. If you would rather just remove all the configuration and extensions that you have added to your profile, choose a standard reset rather than a powerwash. This… Read more

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