Chrome OS Is Easy To Set Up, But Lacks Options
The number of options you can change in the Chrome OS configuration is limited to:
- Network connectivity
- Keyboard/mouse inputs
- Browser settings
- Privacy settings
If you're used to the very granular settings available in Windows or OS X, the minimalist Chrome OS may be frustrating. Perhaps the most conspicuous omission is a lack of display output control. The Chromebox supports two displays from its three connectors, but Chrome OS offers no way to extend your desktop to a second screen. That means you're stuck with mirroring, which we simply find unacceptable.