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Steam does not belong in here

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Steam is finally coming to Chromebook! Are you excited?! No? Well, I think it's pretty neat. While Steam is still in Alpha, it seems like Chrome OS is thing that needs the dev work.
 

 

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I mean... its one more platform that its available on so sure... personally, i have my gaming pc, and my xps 15 with a RTX 3050ti, so I'm good with windows. but it makes games more accessible, even low demand platform games that will work on anything.. i think this is good progress to a more open market.

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i5-1135G7, 16GB RAM. Its more like ChromeOS doesnt belong there.

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So in the end, google don't want you to own things? nice. All in the cloud.

But do hope for a future with gaming mode or able to put things in a container to protect data and have more control of your PC.

*looks at the titles with malware, data logging and more, that was installed on your phone, on steam or by accident online*

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4 hours ago, Levent said:

i5-1135G7, 16GB RAM. Its more like ChromeOS doesnt belong there.

Should be a Celeron n4020

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So you couldn't run windows on those specific laptops to compare between windows and chromeOS....so why not instead just get a different laptop with the same specs?

 

i doubt this will be revisited when ChromeOS flex comes out.

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1 hour ago, Arika S said:

i doubt this will be revisited when ChromeOS flex comes out.

ChromeOS is going to flex? I'm not going to have enough memory for that! *chromium overload*

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9 hours ago, Bitter said:

I  mean....Dawid just played Assassins Creed on a ChromeCast sperm dongle. Anything is possible.

The man's ability to vividly describe stuff in the most uncomfortable ways is... frightening.

It's entirely possible that I misinterpreted/misread your topic and/or question. This happens more often than I care to admit. Apologies in advance.

 

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I am not sure the current state, but could having steam on chrome OS make a better experience for steam link? Could just make chromebooks into glorified media players for steam link, netflix, etc. that don't need an update every time a new streaming service comes out. Just hook it up to a TV and go.

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I don't understand, if it has coreboot, why couldn't you boot into Linux for comparison? The video went over this part very quickly, so I didn't really understand. From searching, it seems that crostini is just a virtualization layer that allows some *nix container to interact with the hardware. Since chrome os uses Linux kernel, accessing hw shouldn't be difficult, so why use crostini, why not just boot into Linux? (I don't know much about chromebooks, I just want to know).

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