Another 10 web operating systems reviewed

Several months have passed since Stan Schroeder's original review of 10 WebOS-type applications. Although Google hasn't really made an (expected) move in this field yet, the topic still spurs a lot of interest, and many new applications have been launched. It's time to review another 10 web operating systems. Again, one must take into account […]

Several months have passed since Stan Schroeder's original review of 10 WebOS-type applications. Although Google hasn’t really made an (expected) move in this field yet, the topic still spurs a lot of interest, and many new applications have been launched. It’s time to review another 10 web operating systems.

Again, one must take into account that many, if not all, of these applications are in very early stages of development. Some promise to be real competition to desktop OS’s, while some don’t promise anything, standing out there as functional betas without even a word from the developers.

Whatever your opinion on the WebOS phenomenon may be, keep in mind that the boundaries, categories and definitions for this article are set rather loosely. For the purpose of this article, just like the first one, a WebOS is defined as virtual operating system that runs in a web browser environement. Don’t like WebOS? Well, call it OnlineOS, or WebTop if you like.

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