Virtual Web Desktop

EyeOS – Case Study on how people are using a WebOS

A few months ago I wrote a series of posts Most EyeOS users see it as “a virtual web desktop” on what I termed the WebOS, a web-based Operating System. Most of the feedback from ZDNet readers was about why anyone would need a WebOS – and what use is it? So in today’s article, I outline how one of the more popular WebOS products – EyeOS – is being used. There are basically three types of people using EyeOS – for reasons ranging from word processing between home and office, to file sharing, to game-playing. WebOS Market Refresher First a brief reminder of my earlier WebOS posts. I started with an …

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