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Google Chrome OS, Take Two: New Software And Chromebooks
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5/29/2012 | 10:49:18 PM
re: Google Chrome OS, Take Two: New Software And Chromebooks
This looks way better than the Cr-48 from last year, but it seems like ChromeOS is just becoming another expensive Linux distribution, as Google has added all sorts of dekstop OS components. You can't do everything in the browser, but maybe Android would be better.

Offline editing in Docs will hit Microsoft Office 365 hard, but can be done now using a free app from syncdocs.com that lets you edit your Google Docs offline and then syncs again when the network is available.


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