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Can Google's Chrome OS attack Windows domination of the desktop?

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Old November 17th 10, 02:40 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.networking_sharing
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Default Can Google's Chrome OS attack Windows domination of the desktop?

The folks at Google seems to think that the desktop is ripe for the
taking and plan to release Chrome OS. I wrote a piece on Chrome OS,
with an accompanying video, at:


Realistically, what do you think Chrome's chances are vs. MS Windows 7
or Vista? Is the idea of a browser-based OS appealing to you? Can
all your apps live in the cloud?

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