Google’s Chrome OS getting support for traditional Linux apps, but don’t get excited just yet

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Google is a big supporter and user of Linux. Android, for instance, is the most popular Linux-based distribution in the world. Mobile aside, the search giant also leverages the open source kernel for its desktop operating system — Chrome OS. While some Linux purists decry calling Google’s operating systems “Linux,” it simply cannot be denied. They are Linux. I can understand some people suggesting traditional Linux distributions like Ubuntu or Fedora, but Chrome OS — and the Chromebooks on which it runs — is arguably more secure while also being easier to use. If I had to choose one operating…

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