Almost everything is connected to the internet, making your experiences limited to internet connection. When you lose your internet connection, this can be very frustrating, as you will no longer have access to these applications and activities.

With Google Chromebook, there are a variety of applications you can run and actions you can still perform without an internet connection. When a Chromebook goes offline, you can still use many of its cloud-based applications. Google Drive allows you access to most of the apps and services, which you're able to work in offline mode.

When you make changes to these applications offline, the changes will be saved locally on your device, since they cannot be synced offline with Google Drive. When you reconnect to the internet, the changes are uploaded automatically to Google Drive.

In this guide, we will walk you through how to enable and use your Chromebook offline.

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