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The FalconApps server is an application delivery server that allows you to access software applications that are owned by the college and housed on-campus - from anywhere and on both Windows and Apple computers.  

Chromebooks cannot save files locally, to get around that you will need to use your H: drive.  Once you save on the H: drive, you will then need to access it via Microsoft Edge and upload it from the FalconApps server.
The FalconApps server is an application delivery server that allows you to access software applications that are owned by the college and housed on-campus - from anywhere and on both Windows and Apple computers.  When using applications on the FalconApps streaming server, you may need to save your work locally to your computer.  Here is how you can accomplish that:
The FalconApps server is an application delivery server that allows you to access software applications that are owned by the college, and housed on-campus - from anywhere, and on both Windows and Apple computers.  We recommend using the installed client application for the best possible experience.
The FalconApps server is an application delivery server that allows you to access software applications that are owned by the college, and housed on-campus - from anywhere, and on both Windows and Apple computers. When you connect to the FalconApps server, you have a choice between running the applications in a web browser, or in the installed client application. Note that there may be a difference in the features available to you within a web browser.
The FalconApps server is an application delivery server that allows you to access software applications that are owned by the college, and housed on-campus - from anywhere, and on both Windows and Apple computers. When you connect to the FalconApps server, you have a choice between running the applications in a web browser, or in the installed client application.  We recommend using the installed client application for the best possible experience.