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With Windows 10 'Sets,' Microsoft takes aim at Chrome OS

Windows 10 "Sets" is Microsoft's answer to Chrome OS's tabbed navigation experience. Here's why that should be very exciting for Windows users. During the last 12 months, Microsoft made some significant advancements in positioning Windows 10 as a viable Chrome OS competitor. With Windows 10 coming to ARM, and the introduction of Windows 10 S, Microsoft is journeying towards turning Windows 10 into a real Chrome OS alternative.
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