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You can now use Windows apps on Chromebooks — but there’s a big catch

Chromebooks make for great affordable laptops that can get a surprising amount of stuff done, even with a spec sheet that looks disappointing at first. But as capable as Chrome OS has become, it’s still more limited than Windows 10. 

However, you can now get around those limitations by running a virtual version of Windows 10 within your Chromebook, thanks to Google’s partnership with Parallels. The Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise allows a full version of Windows to be launched and run alongside Chrome OS and the Android apps it now supports. 

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