Source: Mozilla Meeting Notes
quote: True, lack of fart apps is staggering.
quote: You can have your "apps", many of which are just webpages anyway.
quote: You wouldn't have heard of it, because your opinion of Windows is stuck in a 1995 mindset.
quote: No he just means you're retarded if you didn't know Windows 8 had a built in store. You have like, 110% missed the point.
quote: If you actually go back and reread what he wrote, since you obviously didn't the first time, he didn't say anything about liking or disliking any version of Windows or the UI. Just that it has a store.
quote: On top of that it's a joke because Argon18 is a well known anti Microsoft troll who goes WAY out of the way to bash Microsoft, and it's usually fairly evident that the last version of Windows he touched was probably Windows 95, hence the joke about him being stuck back there, and the joke being that it is why he was not aware of what the Windows 8 store was.
quote: That is until you spend some time with the new OS and see the 6.3 back-end improvements
quote: Interestingly enough, your opening premise is flawed. Despite all logic and predictions by skeptics, Chrome OS is growing while the traditional Windows PC market is shrinking. Chrome OS is quietly taking over the sub $300 laptop market.
quote: I don't know if we're in a "post PC era" or not. But I know there are tons of people out there with mobile devices who don't see a need for a traditional Windows PC anymore. For these people Chrome OS is almost perfect.
quote: If you want to trust your data to "the cloud", be my guest.
quote: ChromeOS isn't growing as fast as you claim
quote: for a device that can only browse the net
quote: Google will not provide any sales figures.
quote: We only have fluff like "20% of the sub $200 notebook market". How big is the sub $200 notebook market?
quote: I predict that the ChromeBook fad will die just like netbooks did.
quote: However, it lacks the cloud-synchronization and extendibility (including ad-blocking)