Last year Chromebook accounted for 20% of all laptops sold to schools. That figure is all the more incredible when you consider the number was just 2% the previous year. What is it about this cheap, low spec’d laptop that schools can’t get enough of?
Google launched Chrome apps for the desktop way back in September 2013. This new breed of software can run anywhere Chrome is installed, and it’s soon to be available for mobile operating systems as well.
Microsoft’s anti-Chromebook “Scroogled” campaign has a lot of people wondering why the company is so concerned about Google’s unlaptop. But recent figures show Microsoft is right to be worried.
If you’ve used Chrome OS you’ll be familiar with the Chrome App Launcher. Now this useful widget is available for Windows.
Windows 8 is late to the tablet game. It’s an operating system of contradictions and multiple layers of user input which attempt to straddle the wide chasm of desktop and mobile operating systems. Its competitors already have years of lead time and boast maturing ecosystems resulting in many schools have pushing Windows 8 away. But […]