Do you feel Linux programs like LibreOffice would be more popular on Google Chromebooks someday?

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It is possible that Linux programs like LibreOffice would be more popular on Chromebooks someday since Google Docs and most website based word processors don't always have an offline mode.
 
Everyone is moving towards open source and free stuff now.
I believe they would be very popular in the near future
 
It will never happen, chrome books are for google only.
 
Everyone is moving towards open source and free stuff now.
I believe they would be very popular in the near future

I agree free and open source software is becoming more popular since people can save money by using free software and it is possible to customize free and open source software like Firefox, and make a custom version of Firefox like Palemoon web browser which is a lightweight browser which is based on Firefox.

It will never happen, chrome books are for google only.

According ro articles on tech blog, it will happen unless Google decides to remove Linux program support in the future.

Google claims that all new Chromebooks will be Linux Ready according to All Chromebooks will also be Linux laptops going forward | ZDNet

"At Google I/O in Mountain View, Google quietly let slip that "all devices [Chromebook] launched this year will be Linux-ready right out of the box.""
 
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