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Living With a Chromebook: Can You Live With Just a Chrome Browser?
Chromebooks are becoming more popular, with Samsung’s $249 Chromebook garnering solid reviews and decent sales. But a Chromebook still seems a bit scary — how do you live with just a Chrome browser? Is that really enough for a laptop?
Chromebooks are laptops that only run the Chrome browser. Actually, they run Chrome OS, which is the Chrome browser with a few extra bits to provide just enough of a computer interface around the Chrome browser.
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