Google offers incentives to bring XP business users to Chromebooks

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With the recent demise of official support for Microsoft's Windows XP, Google is looking to attract business users of the 12-year-old OS with a handful of promotions for enterprises considering the switch to Chromebooks.

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XP more useful and has more features than a chromebook, no business would go for a chromebook.

I would rather have Vista than a chromebook, I would still use XP than a chromebook!
 

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XP more useful and has more features than a chromebook, no business would go for a chromebook.

I would rather have Vista than a chromebook, I would still use XP than a chromebook!

True that. Chromebooks have very little functionality, especially for business users!
 

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How do those ridiculous things even work?! Aside from them serving a role as an on-the-go companion for browsing the web, there's no way in a million years that they would even work as business software/hardware. Not only that, but considering that they use only Google-branded productivity suites (Docs, Spreadsheets, etc.) they could potentially get confused with the damn things after coming from Office! They're gonna want to go back to Windows after a few days!
 

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