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Is there any Google chrome OS future for Linux?

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Old 23-05-2011
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Is there any Google chrome OS future for Linux?
  

Since internet is world wide, it is a difficult to search the thing on internet, because there was no any search engine. Now Google is very famous search engine. It is famous because of its simplicity. Then why Google Chrome Os is here, is Google chrome future of Linux. Google is provided the GUI as we want. Google Chrome OS is designed for minimalist, then also people likes a Google search engine, that?s the reason Google having 80% share market today. The issue with Chrome is now come with Google also. People only want a browse web not a file icon, menus, etc.

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Google is a search engine; it is designed in intention of browsing the web content. Now it becomes a world wide. Google host and develop the internet based product and services. And Google chrome is designed in intention of operating system. Basically it is a Linux based designed by a Google.inc. It is normally designed to work with the web application. Google announced it an operating system on July 7, 2009. So I think it is designed for the Linux it?s having future.
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Google has designed the Chrome as an open source. The user not have to perform more task to open the browse to browse the web content, in simple word it simplifies the process than other operating system. It is very easily installable of any computer. We don?t have to click on the icon of browser which are placed on desktop we are directly redirected to the web pages and sending and receiving of data normally. So no problem it?s having future.
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I did not think that the Google chrome will have the future. The service that is provided by this is also provided by the Other Operating System also. Then why should we use chrome. Just making minor changes, Google has developed an Operating System. It?s not fair then what about the other operating System. Since it is open source, I am not satisfied with that. They does not provide an updates regularly.
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Google is famous with the search engine only, not having a name but now it has defined the specification for it. It has launched a new netbook ? style computer with the Operating System Google Chrome and this netbook is not relying on hard drive. This require only a flash memory and internet storage all of our data. All application based on web application and web-based we don?t need to require to manage the add-on install application and updates etc. I think so that its having future.
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