When Google opened up the source code for its Chrome operating system last month, third-party hardware manufacturers lined up plans to build Chrome-based netbooks, with availability expected in late 2010. Could Google also be cooking up plans to sell its own, Google-branded Chrome netbook at around the same time?
Good day. I'm trying to install a linux operating sys on acer netbook with none working winXp using usb flash. But my acer netbook can't detect or read from usb. The winXp home edition is either corrupt or none functional and I'd like to replace it with either of linux OS. Thank you in advance for your help. Sincerely, Cyrus
Hi,I just discovered Crunchbang after looking for a netbook compatible linux distro to install on my new Acer Aspire One 533 netbook. I noticed that posts related to Crunchee have virtually stopped in 2009 after perusing the forum here.
I just installed Ubuntu yesterday, after using Windows exclusively since 1995. Today I downloaded Google Chrome because that's my favorite web browser. I followed the directions at How to launch a newly installed program to launch Chrome and lock it to the Launcher. Unfortunately ...