4. Keep pressing the same keyboard shortcut and the screen will go through different orientations. You can move to the original orientation by pressing the shortcut four times.
Rotate the Screen on a Chromebook Using a Keyboard Shortcut (Laptop Mode)
3. Rotate the Screen on Your Touchscreen Chromebook (Tablet Mode)
If you use your Chromebook as a tablet and wish to rotate the screen freely depending on your current orientation, you can do so easily. It requires you to turn on the “Auto-rotate” feature that’s common on mobile devices. So here’s how you can do that:
So these are the three ways that can help you change the screen orientation on Chrome OS. The keyboard shortcut is a simple and seamless way to rotate the screen on Chromebooks. However, if you have a Chrome OS tablet device, you will find the necessary auto-rotation menu in the Quick Settings panel. Anyway, that is all from us. If you want to use emojis on a Chromebook, head to our detailed guide and find all the smileys, classic emoticons, kaomoji, and more. Apart from that, we have a detailed tutorial on how to turn off the touch screen on your Chromebook. Finally, if you have any questions, let us know in the comment section below.
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