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  • Using a Chromebook without Chrome… but with Firefox.

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    Home Forums AskWoody support Non-Windows operating systems Chromebooks and ChromeOS Using a Chromebook without Chrome… but with Firefox.

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      How to install Firefox in Chromebook.

      This guide among others on the web talks about installing Firefox on a Chromebook. Has anyone tried this before? And does it work?

      I am not looking for a discussion as to why you would want to do this. Just can it be done and does that mean the Chromebook will not use Chrome at all. Without going so far that you would install a full Linux distro on it.

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