Google’s Chromebook Features
Google Chrome OS Laptop
Chromebooks are a new type of computer designed to help you get things done faster and easier. They run Chrome OS, an operating system that has multiple layers of security, cloud storage, and the most popular Google products built-in. Here’s some information why Chromebook is easy to use.
I didn’t set out to write three consecutive blogs about Chromebooks, but since they are a great fit for Defensive Computing, here we are. The last blog highlighted Chromebooks as a safe environment for running Adobe’s forever-buggy Flash player. Prior to that, I tried to make a security case for traveling with a Chromebook.
Despite their robust security, the greatest strength that a Chromebook offers may well involve owning one.
By and large, Chromebook ownership is effortless.
The end user is not tasked with any maintenance chores. Grandma can not screw up the system. Neither can a six year old child. I’d go so far as to call this revolutionary.
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Techies, who write many of the articles about Chromebooks, are prone to overlooking ownership issues. For them (or should I say for “us” since this is Computerworld), taking care of a Windows, OS X or Linux system is second nature. Caring for these systems is taken for granted. Like breathing.
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Source: Michael Horowitz
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