Chromebooks are better than Windows Machines... Why Ask Why?

 Why ask why? A term that my good friend, Shawn Bowley (RIP) would say when some technological incident would happen and once fixed we would question what happened, something you would always do in production to attempt to rectify so the incident doesn't happen again. As the investigation of what went wrong turns up with even more questions than before the incident happened is where the term "why ask why" fits nicely. So what does that have to do with Chromebooks being better than Windows machines?  Well, it has everything to do with the fact that I was a bleeding edge supporter of the chromebook, buying a very early Asus model with touchscreen, followed by an early samsung model before getting the Pixel (2015 edition). Back then all the haters were saying how it was garbage because nothing worked if you were offline. Followed shortly after with, "you can use office on it, there is no word!" .  Little did these people know you could work in offline mode and yes,