Google's Chrome operating system gets a much needed update
Aug 13, 2011, 15:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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I quite like Google's Chrome operating system
(OS)–a Linux variant that use the Chrome Web browser as its
interface–but as it's being shipping today, Chrome OS has
problems. Fortunately, in the latest Chrome OS stable channel
release, Google is finally addressing some of these rough spots.
To put it to the test, I installed the new Chrome OS, Chrome
version 13.0.782.108, to my Samsung Chromebook.
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