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7/8/2009 08:00 PM EDT
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re: Chrome OS gets mixed reactions
Alessandra F   7/13/2009 5:07:48 AM
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Computers truly need to get better. People want their computers to always run as fast as when they first bought them. The big news on the software front these days is about the Google operating system that is beginning to debut. The Google operating system is being released as a competitor to Windows 7, and the Google OS, or Chrome OS, bears the same name as the internet browser they released last year, and best of all will be free. It is set to begin debuting on netbooks, and its primary focus is online applications. Press for it has said that they geared it to plug the gaps in internet security of most OS packages. It's good to know that you can get the Google operating system without needing much money and the unending amount of registration that comes with Microsoft products.

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