Windows vs Chromebooks: The battle gets ugly Watch Now Must-see offer Find the perfect Chromebook Chromebooks are laptops, detachables, and tablets powered by Google’s Chrome OS. Shop them on Amazon. Read More We often resist change, because it’s so hard to find change we can believe in. But change is a pithy essential of life, there to teach us that, however strong we (might think we) are, we change, too. You, though, have been struggling with Windows since long before Bill Gates became a nice man. You desperately want to escape the ugly clutches of an operating system that constantly seems in need of an operating table . You can do something about this. These, please understand, aren’t my feelings. They’re ones expressed by Google through the mouth and kindly features of Bill Nye in a new ad . For almost three minutes, Nye regales the audience with, yes, science, but also entreaties to buy a Chromebook . “Sometimes, it’s hard to let go of a bad decision,” intones Nye. This, he explains, is called the Sunk Cost Fallacy. At least, by behavioral economists. Windows 10 Windows 10: Ed Bott’s five favorite free utilities Here’s how you can still get… Read full this story
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