Friday, 22 January 2016

[TechRepublic] Pro tip: Get easy screencasts from your Chromebook

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Pro tip: Get easy screencasts from your Chromebook

If you've been longing to get screencast videos from your Chromebook, wait no longer. Jack Wallen shows you how with the help of TechSmith Snagit.

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