I will leave it up to your implied superior intellect to see whats inherently wrong with a browser from an OS, and a browser version of an OS, which is what you said. Battery icons and network configuration an OS does not make.
*sigh* We're saying the same thing. I never said anything about the leaked browser being an OS. I was trying to say that Google took the front end of their OS, which appears to be mainly an browser with pertinent information shown (time, network info, battery life), and made it available as a web browser, as kind of a sneak peak so to speak. That's why I provided pictures. Why else would the time be shown in the top left hand corner of the screen, as well as battery life, if you have a battery, when this very same info is shown on the desktop of the distro that's being run?
But no, you'd rather get caught up in semantics than try to see what I was saying. If you want me to say that my wording wasn't exactly great, then fine. Your wording was better. Then again, at 6:00 AM, I'm not always all there in the head when typing... Regardless, I don't know why we're trying to argue when we're saying the same thing...
Edited by The Flashing Fish, 16 November 2009 - 06:04 AM.