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ChromeOS on a Netbook.
Looks like basically you can download ChromeOS and turn your Netbook into a "Chromebook". If all you're going to do is surf the web or other light weight browser based tasks this looks like a pretty cool way to get the job done without using a "heavier" Linux Distro. Anyway, just thought I'd share. Of course this isn't "Google" ChromeOS but who cares, it does look kind of cool. I'm going to make up a Live USB with UNetbootin and give it a look just for grins and because I'm bored, LOL.No matter where ya' go, there ya' are.
I had it in a VM for awhile. A lot of people like the down generic android because it doesn't have the ton of default app's that ChromeOS contains. So then you can install just the app's you want.
Basically I'm on "Research Mode" right now for installing ChromeOS or ChromiumOS onto my wife's Netbook. Found this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTMhElMqgx4No matter where ya' go, there ya' are.
Ok, silly question. Since Google Chrome OS is just basically running a browser as an Op System then wouldn't it kind of be like running Google Chrome Browser in just about any Linux Distro AND you'd still have the off line functionality of the Op System as back up to the Chrome Browser? So, I guess what I'm saying is what benefit would one gain over running the Chrome OS or Chromium OS over just running say Point Linux OS with a Chromium browser?No matter where ya' go, there ya' are.