Linux, Open Source & Ubuntu: 10 Concerns We Have About Google Chrome OS
The hype over this operating system has been so heavy that failure would be a heavy blow. Google introduced Chrome OS July 7, promising a lightweight, Linux-based operating system for netbooks that will enable speedy Web applications. The move was a major shot at Microsoft, whose Windows desktop operating system Google intimated was antiquated. We at eWEEK have already provided 10 reasons why we are excited about Google's Chrome OS. But in the tradition of weighing the cons with the pros, there are some concerns about the new Chrome OS as well.