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Chrome OS – astonishing

itwriting.com: What Google is developing is a computer that answers several of the problems that have troubled users since the advent of the personal computer.

Exaggeration? Here’s a quick summary of what Chrome OS is. It’s a device that you will purchase which runs in effect just the Chrome browser. All storage is solid-state, it boots in a very short time – a few seconds.

The Chrome browser is somewhat modified. It has “application tabs” – on the top left below – which represent web applications that you use.

It also supports panels, windows which float above the browser. Use case: Google Talk, there while you browse other web pages.

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Also: 8 Things You Need to Know about Chrome OS

And: If Google is Smart

And: Google Chrome release: Microsoft comes out a winner

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