I am very out of touch with processor speeds and how they are calculated and how they impact the speed of current machines, especially Chromebooks.
I remember all the speeds of my computers in the 90’s(100Mhz-1.0Ghz or so). However, I am aware that computers today have multiple processors that share the load and so the calculation of the overall speed can be confusing.
My daughter needs a Chromebook and I want to know how much emphasis I should put on processor speed vs. other things.
I see some around 2.6 Ghz and some around 2.45Ghz and those seem similar. However, a more recent and more expensive model I saw only is rated at 2.2 Ghz.
This device is for school, but she needs it to not run massively slow when she is working on it.
What is the best way to determine speed and ability to handle multiple tabs, etc. on a Chromebook?