Time is running out for Google to fix a bug on Chrome OS
- Reboot your Chromebook, don’t just close the lid, every night.
- Reset all flags. Flags are really intended for the Google engineering/development team, not end users.
- Delete or disable unneeded extensions. Or, do a Browser Reset to disable them all.
- Keep the number of open tabs to a minimum, especially if you are doing something where performance matters.
- Make sure that you have adequate (more than just a few GB) of available space on your internal storage.
Check your internet speed. I like speedof.me or speedtest.net as a test. Compare to what you should be getting from your internet provider.”
1) Install the app, launch it, and search for “display.” 2) Click on com.android.settings. DisplaySettings to launch hidden display settings.3) Click on “Advanced” and then “Screen Size.” 4) Move the display size to “small” bymoving the slider to the left.You must repeat these instructions from step two to four every time you log out or restart your Chromebook. Following this workaround will return the apps to the way they looked before uniform scaling was first tried on Chrome OS.