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david:
any you guys ever use a Chromebook for work?
what can I use for Illustrator like software?

We got a new Chromebook to use to feed a borrowed laser cutter (it needs either illustrator .ai  or Corel draw, pdf... yadayada), neither of which run on a Chromebook.

any ideas?
toss the Chromebook, get a windows box?
did I mention I hate jacking with anything google
 :drunk3:

Joe:

--- Quote from: david on January 26, 2021, 05:49:27 PM ---any you guys ever use a Chromebook for work?
what can I use for Illustrator like software?

We got a new Chromebook to use to feed a borrowed laser cutter (it needs either illustrator .ai  or Corel draw, pdf... yadayada), neither of which run on a Chromebook.

any ideas?
toss the Chromebook, get a windows box?
did I mention I hate jacking with anything google
 :drunk3:

--- End quote ---

 :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

You're kidding right? Who was the genius that decided to buy a new Chromebook for this kind of work? My vote goes for "toss the Chromebook".

DigiCorn:
Chromebooks are basically for internet access only. There's practically no hard drive, and practically no RAM.

scottrsimons:
I second for ditching the Chromebook!

david:
thanks guys, we reached the same conclusion yesterday after I made this post...

am searching for a windblows box now.

they got it without asking me, and I had no idea until they asked me to help set it up.


 :facepalm:

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