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Old 11-09-2009, 03:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Huge anticipation for Google's Chrome OS

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Google Chrome OS may still be a year away from making its debut, but TechRadar readers are champing at the bit to get hold of the Windows competitor. More than 2300 votes were cast in a poll to gauge interest in Google's operating system, following the arrival of the excellent Windows 7. And, although 35 per cent were happy with the latest Windows, 16 per cent contented with OS X and 10 per cent confessed to being wary of Chrome OS a big percentage admitted to being intrigued.



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