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July 9, 2009

Google Chrome OS to take on Windows


by David Allen

Google may not be too happy with the take up of its browser Chrome, but in other areas, such as email and mobile browsing, it appears to be do fine, but one sector remains a Google free zone and that is about to change.

Google has announced the Chrome Operating System, which is a brilliant move by Google and a direct assault on the Microsoft supremacy of the OS market.

The Google Chrome OS can move into the netbook market straight away and virtually clean up because many of these mini laptops are running Windows XP, which was designed to work with Pentium III and IV chips, whereas the Chrome OS has been designed to work with the x86 architecture and ARM chips which are to be found in the latest netbooks on the market.

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