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Chromfilesystem: While ChromeOS is designed so that you'll spend most of your time on the Web,
you can save and use files on a Chromebook's built-in solid-state drive.
ChromeDoc: The bad news is that you can't do everything you'd want with local files. For example,
if you try to open a Word document file from the file manager, instead of launching it in Google Docs,
you get a message telling you to upload it to Google Docs. That's not terribly helpful.
ChromeGraphics: Google is slowly fixing this though. For example, ChromeOS will both display
a PNG graphics file and give you a choice of opening it with the Google's online photo editing and
managing program Picasa. Now, if only ChromeOS would do that with all commonly used file types.