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Google claimed its own survey of customers shows that 75% of Windows users could be moved to Chrome OS with a combination of Web-based services, offline access to tools like Google Docs, and virtualization. Microsoft, when contacted by Network World, declined to comment. (See also: The 10 bloodiest battles Microsoft and Google fought in 2010)
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