Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/179935/stupid-geek-tricks-how-to-turn-a-windows-8-pc-into-a-chromebook/
Do you prefer Google Chrome to Microsoft’s Windows 8 apps? Well, you’re in luck, even if you have a Windows 8 PC. You can swap the entire “Modern” environment for the Chrome OS desktop, hiding the Windows 8 interface entirely.
Interesting. I might do this: permanently. I've wanted Chrome OS for some time (browser+shell is enough for me), but since I have an AMD laptop, this might be the closest I'll come.
<### this user didn't actually read the article, and should be smacked with a wet trout.
Wait, what? This isn't Hexxeh's Vanilla, this is using Chrome on a Windows user who is locked to it. Drivers are Windows-wide, right?
I am missing the 'assigned access' option for the new local account. I have logged in with it, and have looked for the option using two different admin accounts. Running W8.1 on an Asus Vivotab (upgraded from W8).
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