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I’m Saying Goodbye to Chrome OS… for now.

It’s the end of an era.

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I’ve been using Chrome OS for a long, long time. I started with a cheap Samsung Chromebook (their original one), and I loved it so much that I even traded my trusty iPad for that computer.

That was back when there were no Android apps, no Linux support, and barely any offline features other than Google Docs. But that was fine…

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