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Google’s new operating system: Chrome

You might have heard of Google Chrome as an alternate web browser.  It will soon be an operating system to compete against Microsoft and Apple.  The heart of Chrome’s vision is to run programs separate and apart from the operating system.

In essence, Google’s operating system will not need its operating system to run programs, such as Microsoft Word, Quickbooks, and other software.  All you’ll need is an Internet browser and then you’ll be able to run programs through it.  Obviously, you’ll need to make sure your Internet connection is fast.  By doing so, you’ll experience fast processing speeds and quick start and shutdown times.  This Linux-based operating system is touted as being slimmer and faster than Windows’ new Windows 7 operating system.  We feel that some special or exclusive programs will need to be thrown into Google Chrome to allow it to thrive.

The market for this operating system will most likely be successful on netbooks, computers that don’t have a lot of power to run full-blown Windows or Mac systems.  This new Google system is due out during the end of 2010.

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