Bug Report Sheds Light on Samsung 'Alex' Chrome OS Netbook

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Sevenkhl

Chrome... in Samsung... wow...

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harrymirza12

WOW your diplomat came up archetypical in Google. And this is what I was perception for.

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RUSENSITIVESWEETNESS

Seems beyond reckless to sacrifice local data and applications for . . . what, exactly? Offload your data just because Microsoft says it's cool, it's the future? Are we running out of hard drives here on planet earth?

Never in a million years would I offload my data. I can't imagine why anyone would take the risk.

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MrBlueCheese

I would be willing to get my hands on this type of OS, just to understand the mechanics of it.

Being a PC tech, its a shame that only windows' OSes are part of the A+ exam.

I bet i would have a few customers who are willing to try it out, and i would be better able to teach them and service them, if i understand the OS, at a deeper level.

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Eoraptor

It's basically the latest chcrome browser and hardware drivers on top of a version of linux with a very simple UI and a login script.

You can download any number of builds of the OS "chromium" from the community (I use the one by Hexxah myself) onto a USB flash drive as long as it is a bootable one, and try it that way. I like it, but I prefer the security of having my files local, and am hooked on office 2010, so I am sticking with my windows, but when I just want to surf or check wiki, it is a fast solution, and spares my battery chugging the hard drive disk up.

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