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Chrome OS Myths Debunked

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One of the biggest issues with Chromebooks and related devices are the myths that surround them, especially in regards to Internet access. In a previous article, I wrote about one reason why Chromebooks are real computers.

In this article, I’ll be expanding on some of the other myths pertaining to Chrome OS devices while debunking each of them.

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