The Chromebook at work (gallery)

The Chromebook at work (gallery)

Summary: Google wants you to buy a Chromebook. Should you consider one?

TOPICS: Mobility, Google

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  • Chromebook: After turning it on, a process that takes about ten-seconds once it knows which Wi-Fi
    AP you expect it to use, it will bring you to your default Web home page. In my case, that's iGoogle,
    but it can be anything you want. The thing to keep in mind is that the Chromebook is 99% Web-based.
    The default interface is the Chrome Web browser.

  • ChromeBookApps: If you don't set up a site for your Web page, you'll open to one of two tabs. This
    is the Chrome OS Web Apps page. This is also the page you'll see when you open up a new blank tab.

  • ChromeBookPages: The other new tab default is a look at the sites you open most often. You flip
    back and forth between your Web pages and applications by clicking on the options at the page's

Topics: Mobility, Google

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