Microsoft Touts 6 Things Chromebooks Can’t Do

By | July 15, 2014

Microsoft Touts 6 Things Chromebooks Can’t Do

Another win for the consumer.

Due to the constantly decreasing Chromebook prices and improving OS capabilities, it looks like Microsoft or its partners are starting to feel pressure from the search giant.

So what better place to talk about the issue than at Microsoft’s WPC (Worldwide Partners Conference) 2014? And what’s exactly what they did, the software giant has worked with various partners to bring Windows laptop prices down (yay for the consumers) to as low as $249 but they also shared some of the rather obvious selling points and why Windows is way better than Chrome OS.

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  1. James Welbes says:

    so much fail. The only thing on the list that’s true is number 6, and you can still print with Google Cloud Print. The rest are just proof of ignorance.