Chromebook 2014 Review: Samsung, Dell and Toshiba Deliver Lean Laptops


Welcome to the era of the browser. Nearly all desktop computing goes through Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari. Everything’s on the web, and there’s a website for everything. So your next laptop may very well be an inexpensive, lightweight Chromebook

And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Google’s Chrome OS is a lightweight operating system that disregards nearly everything Microsoft and Apple have spent years building into Windows and OS X, respectively, in favor of the almighty browser. Forget applications; ChromeOS is all about apps and extensions. Storage is limited to 16 GB on the laptop, and it doesn’t matter because everything is saved in the cloud. Updates are automatic and no-hassle, requiring just a 10-second reboot every month or so. …

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Via: Mashable: Apps & Software

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