Chrome OS has come a long way since its humble beginnings. It initially started as a cheap way to get online and have basic office suite functionality on a device resembling a laptop. They even started replacing netbooks for kids and students, although netbooks could still do more. Chrome OS has come a long way, however, with high-end models, Android app support and convertible hardware that rivals expensive Windows machines. They’re more common now than Android tablets, although tablets are arguably still more functional. Something as simple as taking a screenshot is still an awkward task on Chromebooks.