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Thoughts on Google's Chrome OS

Yesterday, Google held an event to demo it’s newest product, Chrome OS. This operating system designed for (at first) netbooks (like Asus Eee PC) runs a modified Linux kernel to interact with the hardware and then runs a heavily modified Chrome browser as it’s user interface. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Google’s Chrome OS

Yesterday, Google held an event to demo it’s newest product, Chrome OS. This operating system designed for (at first) netbooks (like Asus Eee PC) runs a modified Linux kernel to interact with the hardware and then runs a heavily modified Chrome browser as it’s user interface. Continue reading

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Google's Chrome Broswer on Linux

The past few weeks I’ve been making a real effort to use Google’s Chrome broswer on all my computers. On my work laptop, which runs Windows, it has been a mostly pleasent experience. The browser is fast, responsive, and it seems to handle most sites that I visit quite well. I decided to install the Chrome on my home PC, which runs Linux (Ubuntu 9.04). The experience there has not been so great. Continue reading

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Google’s Chrome Broswer on Linux

The past few weeks I’ve been making a real effort to use Google’s Chrome broswer on all my computers. On my work laptop, which runs Windows, it has been a mostly pleasent experience. The browser is fast, responsive, and it seems to handle most sites that I visit quite well. I decided to install the Chrome on my home PC, which runs Linux (Ubuntu 9.04). The experience there has not been so great. Continue reading

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Google Chrome, It’s a Start

So here’s what I predict (since everyone else is making their own predictions): Google Chrome will not take massive amounts of users from Internet Explorer or even Firefox. But through Chrome, Google will prove that web applications can be rich, feature filled, and fast. Chrome is the first step in proving that if you have an internet connection, what operating system you are on is irrelevent. Continue reading

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Google Chrome, It's a Start

So here’s what I predict (since everyone else is making their own predictions): Google Chrome will not take massive amounts of users from Internet Explorer or even Firefox. But through Chrome, Google will prove that web applications can be rich, feature filled, and fast. Chrome is the first step in proving that if you have an internet connection, what operating system you are on is irrelevent. Continue reading

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