In order to make a ChromeOS a powerful desktop operating system, Google is adding a lot of new features for power users. With the ChromeOS 120 update, users can now create and manage virtual desks from the ChromeOS Shelf. Apart from that, it now lets users share files between an Android phone and Chromebook having the same Google account without any hassle.
If your Chromebook is stuck on the Chrome screen, you can force shut down and restart the Chromebook to see if the issue has been resolved. Apart from that, you can remove all connected peripherals and try to boot your ChromeOS device. Finally, you can reset or install a fresh copy of ChromeOS which should definitely fix the issue. However, it will also delete all your local data saved on your device.
Chromebooks come with a built-in option to invert the color of the screen. You can press "Ctrl + Search + H" to instantly turn on high contrast mode aka color inversion. Besides, you can move to the Accessibility settings and enable color inversion.
Chromebooks might show a black screen for multiple reasons including low brightness, damaged ChromeOS partition, power issues and other things, besides hardware failure. Unlike other desktop OSes, ChromeOS allows you to completely turn off the screen by reducing the brightness to the lowest level. We have looked into all such possible causes and have added detailed instructions to fix the issue.