Here I will rant about why, or why not a ChromeBook running ChromeOS is suitable for you.
If you are a gamer or need to run '*.exe' files, don't because ChromeOS cannot open executable (exe) files.
There are a lot of apps on the Chrome Web Store, but there is not a replacement app for every one, or one that guarantees the same features.
If you are just an internet user and don't need a PC to load any variety of files, then ChromeOS is fine.
Graphic designers, computer programmers, gamers, and 3D designers should probably stray away from ChromeOS for their work or gaming needs. The programmers may use a ChromeBook for testing the apps if that is the case.
ChromeOS is meant for the internet. There is little you can do offline with a ChromeBook (other than using apps on the Chrome Web Store).
I prefer Windows because I like playing games. What do you use your PC for?
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Bradley Johnson, or Peekofwar, is an anonymous user on the internet whom enjoys watching videos on YouTube and playing games. He prefers sandbox games, but sometimes a story driven game catches his attention.