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Another thing to consider is touch-friendly devices.There are Windows 10 and Chrome OS laptops with touch screens, and both benefit greatly from them, in differing ways.However, Microsoft isn't taking this threat lightly, continuing to update Windows 10 with new tricks, revolving around an ever-improving Start menu and the helpful Cortana assistant. To answer that question, we put both Windows and Chrome OS to the test and compared them in 12 rounds of head-to-head competition.Windows 10 is a well-polished and finished operating system that feels more integrated and seamless than its predecessors.There are also quick settings in this notifications menu in the form of tiles.
And with the new universal apps in the Windows app store, you'll be able to run most of your favorite programs in both desktop and tablet modes.And while Chrome OS started as a big browser — where if you wanted to run a program or play a game, you had to do it in Chrome — that's changing. Those machines — which include the Asus Chromebook Flip C302CA, the Samsung Chromebook Plus and Pro and the Google Pixelbook, download these apps from the Google Play store, which reportedly houses 2,800,000 apps, in addition to those from the Chrome Web Store, which has thousands of its own titles.This means those Chromebooks can run an ever-growing library of programs, such as productivity tools including Microsoft Office and Wunderlist, games such as NBA Jam, Fallout Shelter and Super Mario Run and even Instagram, which PCs and Macs can't.The taskbar has been updated to include a Cortana search bar next to the Start button and small icons that show which programs are open.On the bottom right of the desktop, Windows 10 adds a notification icon that, when clicked, brings you to the new Action Center, where you can see alerts from apps that are both active and dormant.