How to speed up your slow Chromebook with ChromeOS Diagnostics

""" def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(ConnectivityDiagnostics, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) # self.add_test_device(testbed.devices['PC1']) self.result_file = 'result.txt' self.test_file = 'diagnostics_test.txt' self.test_list = []

Chrome OS Diagnostics is accessible from the Settings menu. From there, you can check the status of your device, and run a troubleshooting test to help determine if you can get your device up and running again.

Chrome OS Diagnostics displays the status of your device’s battery, storage, display, and more. You can also click the ’Run diagnose test’

Technology is great when it works, and a great Chromebook is no different. Chromebooks are great devices when they work because they’re easy to use and relatively affordable. Sometimes, a Chromebook may not function optimally, which can be frustrating and sometimes difficult to diagnose what’s wrong. Chrome OS includes a Diagnostics app to make it easier to get your Chromebook up and running again. This app helps users diagnose issues with their devices so that they can efficiently solve the issue. Here’s how to access the Diagnostics app and what it can tell you.

First, click on the Search icon on the top-left of the ChromeOS taskbar.

Then, type ‘diagnostics’

How to access the Diagnostics app on a Chromebook

The Diagnostics app is not in an obvious location, but you can easily find it using ChromeOS’s search feature.

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