Chromebooks first major debut onto the mainstream laptop scene was back in Dec-2010 with the CR-48. Back then people were quick to dismiss them as just a browser bundled inside a big screen and fitted with keyboards. Well, they were right!
During its initial years, Chromebook was basically the Chrome browser fitted with a screen and a keyboard. You also needed the internet (read good internet) connection for stress-free use of the laptop. However, things have changed significantly ever since, and it would be absurd to dismiss the Chromebooks as just a browser with a screen and keyboard.
Whether you’re using Windows or macOS, Chrome is still your main OS
If you are reading this article from a desktop, there is a 60% chance you are reading it from a Chrome browser. Stats show that the browser commands over 60% of desktop and mobile browsing around the world.
Now, consider since most things these days run on the cloud (online), which means you are frequently using the Chrome browser for most of your internet surfing. Then you need to remember that most desktop application business model is changing from …read more