What Is A Chromebook?

A Chromebook is a laptop running Chrome OS as its operating system. The devices are designed to be used primarily while connected to the Internet, with most applications and data residing in "the cloud". A Chromebook is an example of a thin client.

Who invented it

Jeff Nelson first thought of and created the Chromebook
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Why was it invented?

In the next sentence below Jeff Explains Why He Invented The Chromebook.

“In 2006 I was working on the Google Accounts team. I was writing a browser extension, and what I was finding over and over again was that restarting Firefox in Ubuntu was a particularly slow operation–like 45 seconds. At the time, there wasn’t a way to reload an extension and dynamically start the extension without resetting the browser, and this was really slowing me down as a developer.”

How many versions of the Chromebook were made?

There are 28 different versions of the Chromebook.

What Year was It Invented?

The Chromebook was invented by June 15th, 2011.
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What are 3 interesting facts?

~> The Chromebook and Chromebox run about 3 times faster than the original Chromebook model.

~> Boot up only takes 7 seconds.

~> Chromebooks come with 16 GB of flash memory.

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Citations used

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