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Five Reasons Google Chrome OS Will Fail July 9, 2009

Posted by andre in Internet & Communities.
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As smart and popular as Google may be, the success of Chrome OS is not a fait accompli. Sometimes the smartest and most popular kid at school simply falls on his face. Google Chrome OS could very well turn out to be that kid.

Will Chrome OS be the promising upstart that fails to thrive in the real world? It’s much too early to tell, but here are five reasons that Chrome OS could fail

  1. Netbooks aren’t the world
  2. Microsoft Can Shoot to Kill
  3. Google Docs is the best they can do
  4. Chrome isn’t a “real” operating system

Read more over at Five Reasons Google Chrome OS Will Fail – LinuxWorld

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1. james rogers - July 9, 2009

U make some strong points. I guess time will tell.

2. achugh - July 19, 2009

I agree to you for point 1. A lot of blogs have been talking about Google Chrome OS killing Windows. Here is where point 2 comes into play. Microsoft has been successfully competing with the Linux/UNIX market for so many years and still dominating…isn’t Google Chrome OS based on Linux…

It is only the time will tell as James Rogers said in response to this post, but I am in for Windows any day and any time…but if there is something good, then let’s go with it…I am open for this. However, we will have to wait for more than a year to get our hands on this OS…till then…

3. techomatic - September 23, 2009

I disagree completely. Read this and you will see what Chrome OS means for computer users and the industry: http://techomatic.wordpress.com/2009/08/27/googles-upcoming-chrome-os-and-what-it-could-mean-for-you/

4. dinu - February 16, 2010

I disagree too !


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