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A look at the Chrome OS on the CR-48 netbook computer...
Chrome OS is little more than a Linux kernel which allows the core services and the hardware drivers of system to function and to support its only App and central UI, the Google Chrome 9.0 browser. The Chrome browser in turn acts as a front-end to Googles services, such as GMail, Google Docs and their Web Store, which allows a multitude of other web-based apps to be plugged into a centralized menu screen.

If you know how to use a web browser, you pretty much already know how to use Chrome OS.
 read more | mail this link | score:7227 | -Ray, December 26, 2010
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