If you read my article How to use Windows Shortcuts to be a more proficient Writer on Keyboard shortcuts that’ll help you to become a more proficient typist, you’ll realize how it is important to care for your keyboard. After all, it stops working or gets severely worn (usually due to very long snails, bad […]
Google has released revamped versions of its Chromebooks that were first reported on Geezam by Kelroy in Chrome OS and Chromebook – Simplicity, Security and Speed. The more recent updates announced now include better hardware for the 17.1” Chromebook priced at US$449.00. There is also (new-ness alert!!) an alternative PC version, called the ChromeBox, rolling in […]
Its been over two years since the Chrome OS has been around and not much new information has been released since it’s initial announcement. That all changed recently when news broke that not only provided concrete details on the progress of the open-source Chromium OS but also that Google and the Chrome OS team were seeking participants to take part in their pilot program to test the OS in a pilot program on a Cr-48 Notebook.
The idea behind the Chrome OS is a simple one, create a operating system that is fast, safe, simple and reliable. This is achieved by removing all of the clutter usually associated with other existing operating systems and focusing on being connected – ONLINE. That is all well and good for users but plays into Google’s hands perfectly as they aim to attract users to their onine suite of programs that provides everything from word processing, to a calendar to videos on Youtube. Check out a short video that explains Chrome OS below. Read more about Chrome OS gets into gear with Google Cr-48 Notebook …