When you first enter the Chromebook, you get a basic, but functional experience, including Chrome and the Chrome Web Store.
From here, you can do a lot of basic things with the operating system, including downloading apps, browsing the Web, and playing games.
Then, you’re given a choice: upgrade to Windows 10 pro and get access to a Windows 10 PC, or stay on the old version and get all the same features, but not all of them.
You can also buy a paid version of Windows to upgrade to the new OS, which is what the Asus Chromebook Flip does.
When you get to the Windows 10 desktop, it’s essentially a blank slate.
You get access a desktop, a Windows Store, and the traditional Google Apps.
That means that you can run apps from the Windows Store and use the Windows Search and Maps features, which are not available in Chrome OS.
(And there are some other odd things.)
This is the same experience you get with Chromebooks running Google’s Android operating system.
You have Chrome OS installed on your Chromebook, and you can install apps from Google Play, the Google Play Store, the Microsoft Store, or the Amazon Appstore.
You don’t have to worry about any of that unless you want to.
And if you do want to, you’ll be able to install apps directly from Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, which means you’ll never have to touch the Chromebook itself.
However, the only way to install third-party apps is to use an external app.
If you don’t want to install an app, you also can’t install a third-parties app.
There’s no option to install a Google Chrome app in ChromeOS, and that’s a real problem.
You’d have to do it manually.
There is an option for an app like Google Chrome, but it’s not there.
When I asked Asus about this issue, the company’s Matt Gorman said that the company is aware of the issue and has been working on an update that will fix it.
The company has not said what kind of update it’s working on, but there’s no telling when it will arrive.
That update, however, may not be ready for a long time.
Asus has not given us a time frame for when it expects the update to arrive.
If it doesn’t, it might have to start making the switch.