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I learned how to make my Mac OS X run in slow motion!! I do not think the way I learned it will be the same on windows. I have the Mac OS X wireless key bored and while searching the web I wanted to minimize the web browser. My finger accidentally hit the "shift" key of the Mac OS X key board. The was a accidental learning computer thing and it was cool enough to show you.
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We talked earlier to Stephen Shankland about the basics of the upcoming OS, but now we want to know the inevitable question: Will it succeed? We talk to Brad Linder, who covers netbooks at Liliputing, and Brian Tong of CNET.Brad doesn't exactly consider this a slam dunk. He cites the problems inherent in the early days of netbooks, when none of the machines ran Windows. People often wanted what they were used to, and with an unfamiliar operating system, many people were less than excited about the prospect of running Linux.Brian isn't sold either. Chrome OS expects users to use exclusively web based applications, but what about when an internet connection goes south? After the show Brian noted that Google Gears exists for these scenarios, but that isn't bullet proof either. He much prefers the stability and reliability of a traditional notebook OS feel rather than the promise of a web specific OS.What's your take? Are you excited about Chrome OS and the future promise that it holds? Sound off in the comments and make your voice be heard. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Google says they'll be releasing a new operating system next year called Chrome OS which is a simplistic method for getting online. This announcement came by surprise to almost everybody, so we grabbed Stephen Shankland of CNET News, who covers Google on a regular basis, to talk about the announcement, and what it really means. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Michael Arrington thinks that Chrome OS will destroy Windows. I think he's a fool who's flat wrong.
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