@Trik'Stari LOL, some strong opinions dude.
As an IT dude who is ne of the people managing a pretty big operation with office computer, public facing computers and digital signage I can't disagree more.
Sure, Windows laptops are far more superior when it comes to "doing things", but only when you consider pure Chrome OS without Linux containers.
Don't tell me that "chromebooks are handicapping your child" that's just ridiculous... First of all, they are supposed to be restricted a lot. Second, if Linux containers are "limiting" your child... then I'm sorry mate. Online only? what? Are we talking about Chrome OS from like 2-3 years back?
Chrome OS has a lot of very interesting use cases in Enterprise world. They are super easy to lock down and require basically 0 attention.
Don't get me wrong Chrome OS has a lot of limitations and we will keep using windows 10 laptops for office systems (we are an X1 Carbon shop... Thinkpad for the win), but it's also quite interesting if you can shift your way of "doing things" which is very beneficial in many cases.
I'm all about diversity and options... and Chrome OS is a damn good option for many things.
P.S. @indrora Title is a bit misleading. Linux containers are doing just fine. It's just windows that is getting killed.