‘Twas a time, not long ago, that Google’s Chrome OS platform was laughed off by pundits as being a glorified “browser in a box” environment â€” a limited-use, destined-for-failure setup that’d be practical for practically no one and couldn’t possibly amount to anything.
Boy, did that assessment prove to be wrong.
These days, Chromebooks have evolved into versatile all-purpose productivity machines. To be sure, part of that has been the result of Google’s near-constant progression of the platform â€” but part of it has also been the fact that on the other end of the equation, people’s computing habits have slowly but surely been catching up with Google’s cloud-centric vision.
Source: Computer World – All Content