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delia25
2 weeks ago

Google has made some attempts to push Chrome OS as an alternative to Windows XP for businesses now that XP is unsupported. Is this really a valid option for...

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MGaluzzi
4 weeks ago

Is there a way to save web pages for later viewing on a Chromebook, even when you don’t have an internet connection?

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catamount
6 weeks ago

I recently bought a new Chromebook. I like it pretty well for the most part, but some little things will take some getting used to, such as the lack of a...

Number6
6 weeks ago
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I was thinking about getting a Chomebook, but I’d like to give Chrome a test drive before making the purchase. Can the Chrome OS be...

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SilverHawk
9 weeks ago

Microsoft has a 10 yeal support lifecycle for Windows, as XP users have more or less learned at this point. Obviously this is an important consideration...

owen
14 weeks ago

I was a little surprised to see Microsoft Word on the Chrome Web Store. Since Office Online is already cloud based, and Word on Chrome will be cloud based,...

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Red Hat has developed a version of the Linux operating system that can be used to test chips and associated hardware based on the ARMv8-A 64-bit architecture for servers with the aim of standardizing that market.
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