Comments on Chromebook Could Be Good for IT, But Not UsersRon Miller looks at news & trends in the cloud & mobile industries.2013-04-26T17:41:09Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/mobile-cloud-view/chromebook-could-be-good-for-it-but-not-users/feed/atom/By: RformisaRformisahttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/mobile-cloud-view/?p=490#comment-1232011-05-24T20:14:07Z2011-05-24T20:14:07ZChromebook is not for advanced users, but is perfect for a lot of people who spend most of the day checking email, browsing the net, writing letters or watching Netflix, I know people like this that don’t want to wait to minutes to check email, or have a slow computer after a few months of use, or dealing with antivirus, antimalware etc, etc. Another group are the over 65 tears who never work with a computer, for them a chromebook is perfect easy to use, zero maintenance. How many are this I’m pretty sure more than 10%, so more than Apple market share in the Desktop/Laptop/notebook market. My personal experience is that over the last 5 years I have become an expert in restoring and repairing XP and Windows 7 machines. (I do not mess with Vista) It works out well for me because most of the people that help with PC repairs end up giving me gift cards. I guess if they were to use Chromebooks I would be out of business.