Chromebooks might have taken their time to become part of the public lexicon, but after several years of demanding respect, they’ve finally gotten it.
Most of Chromebook’s documents and apps exist in the cloud and Google automatically provides 100 GB of Google Drive cloud storage for all Chromebooks.
That depends, but there are some very good reasons why you should at least consider it.
Local storage is limited, but with 100GB of space online already and the option to expand that significantly if you choose, there’s enough for most tasks and laptop use styles.
The benefits of almost everything being saved on the Web is that you’ll have access to it from any computer.
You can still compose and read emails with Gmail Offline and work on documents with Google Drive Offline.