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“Should I buy a Chromebook?” is a question that is asked with increasing frequency by individuals, businesses, parents and students looking to reduce their computing costs and/or work exclusively in the cloud. This Chromebook review explores the pros and cons of using Chromebooks and other Chrome OS-based computers and helps you answer that question.
Because of the nature of the work I do, and the nature of the times we live in, I seem to have devices coming out of my ears.
Depending on where I’m working, I switch between an iMac, a Windows laptop, an iPhone and an iPad — but one thing I’ve noticed about all these devices is that a lot of what I’m doing on them is now being done in Chrome.
Increasingly, I seem to be neglecting installed Microsoft productivity apps like Word, Outlook and Excel in favour of online, cloud-based equivalents (mostly Google products) that run happily in Chrome. And the e-commerce apps I use for my business — like Shopify, BigCommerce and Squarespace — all run in a browser too.
This observation, coupled with some adverts featuring shiny computers on Facebook (after all, Facebook knows I like shiny computers), got me wondering about Chromebooks, and whether you could run a business on one.
This in turn naturally led to me buying a cheap Chromebook and writing a blog post about the whole thing. On a Chromebook.
Let’s kick things off with a look at what a Chromebook actually is.
What is a Chromebook?
A Chromebook is a laptop that you use primarily when you are online, and one that you don’t — generally speaking — save files onto.
Nearly everything — word processing, spreadsheet-eyeballing, note-taking and no doubt other dubious activities — is done online via Google’s Chrome browser, and pretty much everything you produce is saved onto the ‘cloud’.
This means that Chromebooks don’t usually come with much storage and don’t require a particularly fast processor — which in turn makes them very cheap compared to ‘normal’ computers.
Chromebooks run Chrome OS, a stripped-back, Linux-based operating system which revolves mainly around the Chrome browser.
Although an increasing number of apps which also work offline are now available for it, the idea is that most of what you do on a Chrome OS device is done online using the Chrome browser.
Why should you buy this Chromebook?
Chromebooks are less vulnerable to viruses
They can encourage collaboration and improve productivity
Chromebooks are ideal for a workforce that moves around a lot