What about remote support for Chrome OS? Manual intervention does not look like a Google thing, but for a price -- who knows.
Why will you need manual intervention?
Posted Jul 25, 2009 9:00 UTC (Sat) by khim (subscriber, #9252)
Manual intervention does not look like a Google thing, but for a
price -- who knows.
Hmm... Why do you need the NX for that?
You can throw away the whole thing and your data will still be available in
the cloud. All data on the netbook itself are just a cache for the data in
the cloud. Sure if your last two weeks spent in the wilderness are
extemely valuable - you'll be able to find someone who'll replain
the Chrome OS for a price, but for most users... just click "reinstall"
button - local data will be wiped and clean, updated version of OS will be
available in a few minutes...
And if your OS is broken beyond the ability to synchronize... the chances
are high it's broken beyond the ability to work with NX too...
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