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Doug Winnie introduces you to Chrome OS—a new type of operating system from Google, which is designed to be fast, web-oriented, and integrated with Google apps and services. It runs exclusively on Chromebooks and Chromeboxes, the Google-branded computers.
This course explains the differences between Chrome and other operating systems like Windows or Mac OS X, and its advantages and disadvantages in relation to these traditional counterparts. You'll also learn how to navigate the OS user interface, work with files, install and manage apps, and customize the Chrome interface for that personalized touch.
Hello, my name is Doug Winnie and I'm going to take you through some of the basics of working with Chrome OS. In this course, we're going to talk about what are the differences between Chrome OS and other operating systems like Windows and OS 10. We'll take a look at some of the advantages of working with Chrome OS versus other traditional computers. And also some of the limitations that come with it as well. Then we'll get into setting up Chrome OS on your own device. We'll have the orientation of the Chrome OS user interface, learn how to work with files, install and manage applications on your device.
And then also how to personalize and change some of the basic settings of Chrome OS. So, with that, let's go ahead and get started by getting up and running with Chrome OS
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