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Chrome OS Review – Google’s operating system in practice
In 2009, Google announced Chrome OS; it was the time that Google announced new services on the assembly line. This was one of the strangest and at first we were skeptical about the concept. You had the almighty Windows, OS X and a loyal fan base and a range of Linux distributions, and some put Google in return? Only a browser. The operating system first hit and it hardly seemed a matter of time before the group it would pull the plug out.
That did not happen and it turned out indeed to be Google with its operating system browser. Earnest Now the software appears to increasingly Chromebooks, laptops with the software, but also on small desktops and all-in-ones. The idea is that you can keep from sliding. Much business as possible to Internet systems lean and mean You install any programs, but opens web apps via links from a launcher. Music, documents and other files are not stable you vulnerable storage memory, but you do online so you can access them. From any device with internet
Anyway there is something in the idea of Google. More and more people have enough to just the browser, and it is expected that an online service is available to more and more computing tasks. As the web grows into a full platform and people go about faster Internet connections available, whether they are at home or elsewhere now, Google would have. Ever shot with his concept of the rose
A comprehensive review of Chrome OS is not that interesting; after all it is not much more than the browser that anyone can use his system already. There are some interesting features, such as the developer mode and Remote Desktop, which we have highlighted in the past reviews, but that does not answer the biggest question that interested parties will have: how does it work in practice?
In order to give an indication as we went on the road with a Chromebook for a week. We used the Chromebook 2 13.3 “Samsung, a very recent model, which at the time of writing, running the latest version of Chrome OS 36.
The aim is not to make an exhaustive representation of the capabilities of Chrome OS but to see how Chrome OS is suitable for a computer user in the year 2014 and the work of, in our case, an editor. We are particularly keen to use the road on the train, on a route on which mobile internet drops out regularlyViewing:-138
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