Username and Password for Chrome OS
By on November 20th, 2009

If you have downloaded Chrome OS and are wondering what the username and password are, here is a quick hint. Chrome OS allows users to login to the OS using a Google Account.

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So in order to login to your account, just enter your username and password. The good thing about this is that you will be able to access Chrome OS using different IDs and no one else can access your applications or data.

Another thing to note is that Chrome OS stores everything in the cloud, which means that you no longer need to have huge hard drives. However, there is a very bad thing about Chrome OS, if you have no internet connection, you will be virtually locked out of your computer.

So it makes more sense to have Chrome OS on a dual boot or to run it on a virtual machine.

Please Note: For your own safety, create a new Google account, if you have downloaded a Chrome OS version using torrents.

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  • http://www.netage.co.za/resources/topic/google G Web | Google Talk

    While I love the concept of cloud computing, the fact that the internet is not always accessible makes Google Chrome OS a bit less attractive to me. I(t would be nice if they could expand the software in future so that it can be used by more conventional thinking individuals like myself, who still work offline, and need access to stored material when that occurs.

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  • http://www.pinoyloveforum.com Techno Girl

    I have installed Chrome OS on one of my netbooks and the performance of Chrome OS is just okay. there is nothing fancy or very special about it. It was just a sort of GUI version of linux or something.

    .

  • http://roezer.com/LostBlog chris

    I am just after Installing it to a USB stick and think it's Quite good Shame about the Fact that I have to Connect it first to my Wired Connection to use my Broadcom card.

  • http://www.microphonefaq.com Marc Henessy

    i installed Chrome OS on two of my netbooks. the Chrome OS works great and its loading time is very fast too.

  • Ryan McCurry

    HELP!!! i am using this on a vurtial machine and i enter my gmail account and i press enter but the fields reset WHAT DO I DO!?!?!?!?!?!?
    i also see no login button

  • uday

    mark is the username and chronos is the password

 
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