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GalliumOS: The Ideal Linux Distribution for Chromebook Hardware

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I must confess that I’m a big fan of the Chromebook. I do all initial drafts of my novels on a Pixel (the screen/keyboard/trackpad are simply the best) and use an Acer C720 as a “grab and go” device. However, as much as I enjoy working with Chrome OS, there are some things that simply cannot be done with Google’s platform. For example—working with an editor on Google docs is cumbersome. Editing or creating images with Pixlr is like working with half of GIMP’s power. If I want to record, forget having the flexibility and performance of Audacity.

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