Install GalliumOS on a Chromebook
The GalliumOS desktop on a 1366x768 screen Chromebooks come pre-installed with Google’s proprietary operating system. It’s a perfectly good one, so long as you stick to web browsing. And partly thanks to its limited software, it’s very secure. Google manages all that for you automatically. A while back, I experimented with Linux on an HP Chromebook, using Crouton. It’s an excellent solution for running either a Google- or an Ubuntu-based operating system, depending your mood.