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About how many accounts, I mean users can I put on a typical chromebook without performance issues?

any help would be greatly appreciated

I was thinking of buying a couple of them and wondered what experience anyone has had with them, I read a couple topics on the forum bu nothing really specific

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Chromebook has a lot of power ...as a point of reference I am able to have 20+ accounts on an old P4...low ram...but such a good workhorse /pat and hug
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Could you tell me is it possible to have more then 1 account on a same laptop but different windows username? And how about the Internet can I use the same net for all accounts if not can you tell me what other people do in order to check all their accounts?
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Could you tell me is it possible to have more then 1 account on a same laptop but different windows username? And how about the Internet can I use the same net for all accounts if not can you tell me what other people do in order to check all their accounts?
djsunny your questions are being to show that you NEED the stealth guide. Basic questions - I will give you the answers but...need to have a better graps for future operations.

1. Yes different window user accounts - 1 for each account is important.

2. Never use the same net - I dont know what everybody does (wait for other folx to chime in) but I log into each account separatelet and handle checking...keeps everything separate. Yes takes time but hey, I can deal with it.
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This convo has gone 3 different directions...

OP says Chromebook, rsot says old Pentium 4, then djsunny says Windows. Lay off the drugs folks.
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Could you tell me is it possible to have more then 1 account on a same laptop but different windows username? And how about the Internet can I use the same net for all accounts if not can you tell me what other people do in order to check all their accounts?
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About how many accounts, I mean users can I put on a typical chromebook without performance issues?

any help would be greatly appreciated

I was thinking of buying a couple of them and wondered what experience anyone has had with them, I read a couple topics on the forum bu nothing really specific

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Should be fine with 10-20 accounts. Only way to really find out is to try it, but the typical CB has a decent bit of hardware so should not struggle with anything less than 20
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I was hoping around 50 maybe or?
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Give it a go and see what happens. Can always use multiple hard drives which would resolve any issues if you keep each hard drive to say 15 windows accounts. I have done this myself many times in the past.
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Dont forget CHROME itself is buggy.

Do consider using the chromebook for multiple stealth accounts carefully.

In terms of the US dollars you will spend, you could do as well using another OS.

Hopefully the techie experts will give their expertise.

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Good idea gb thanks i will find another lap any suggestions would be great
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Walmart sells laptops for $280 brand new. Thats more than enough to get started especially if all you were considering is a crappy chromebook.
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Walmart sells laptops for $280 brand new. Thats more than enough to get started especially if all you were considering is a crappy chromebook.
@OP, Also worth noting is that regardless of the ram power, if you log off each user account before logging into the next user account, it will help with speed of your machine.
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So say a typical new laptop how many users can I have withoutmajor performance issues? Trying to get a grip on what hardware i will need
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The biggest problems with a Chromebook are printer drivers. If you use some unusual label printer models - this laptop could be useless.

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Dont forget CHROME itself is buggy.

Do consider using the chromebook for multiple stealth accounts carefully.

In terms of the US dollars you will spend, you could do as well using another OS.

Hopefully the techie experts will give their expertise.

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The biggest problems with a Chromebook are printer drivers. If you use some unusual label printer models - this laptop could be useless.
Update #1

Just bought used Cromebook Acer C720 to try for $135.
And what can I say... it's awesome. Boots very fast. Has everything I need to manage all web activity + basic office/productivity.

Label printer work awesome via Google Cloud Print with server on my iMac (pls note that server computer should be always turned on in order to print with google cloud print).

Chromebook may have some problems with printing directly through eBay if use 4x6 labels (the same as mac). If it's letter paper size regular printer - it will work great (save pdf and print).

USB Dongles - probably won't work, but mifi is awesome. Browsing is faster than windows.

No viruses available for ChromeOS yet.

SO EASY & fast to create and manage user accounts on Chromebook.

Tons of free stuff on google appstore, including pre-installed IP Notebook (ip tracker app).

8 hours on battery - charges to 100% in 1.5 hour.

Very lightweight: 2lbs 10oz.

Great investment!

Will update if any problems appear in the future...
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I'm probably going to pick one of those up too

do you have the 2gb ram model or the 4?
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2gb and its still fast. Probably ssd is the main reason.
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Surprised. Have seen many complaints on 2GB units.

Must buy $1,300 Pixel.
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Nice work galigusso - thanks
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I am late to the party but if I can get a response, I would love that!

I think my question is answered above from inference but here I go:

Is there any fear of linkage thru chromebook? so for every user login, it is a gmail account. when i login and logout for each store with its own gmail account login, is there anyway ebay or amazon can link the accounts even when I use VPN? would it be possible for them to track via MAC address, or other hardware addresses that obviously would be shared among the accounts or is that info not revealed? Any worry about flash, cookies, or anything else that would be shared? My gut says no since the chromebook is meant to be a laptop for everyone and all it takes is logging into it to access your "cloud" persay....

I love the idea of cloud computing but its too expensive and chromebook is as close as it comes to cloud computing without the expensive fees, etc.

im also tired of lugging around a couple hundred gigs of VMs via vmware and parallels and would prefer a cloud solution like chromebook
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The biggest problems with a Chromebook are printer drivers. If you use some unusual label printer models - this laptop could be useless.
I purchased a used Windows 7 laptop on Craigslist for $50 bucks just for stealth accounts. Great deal for me and never had any problems except the battery on laptop did not hold a charge. Purchased replacement battery on the bay with $15 off coupon and it arrived for less than $5 out of my pocket.
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