Google Chrome OS

By on November 23, 2009
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Google officially showed their upcoming Chrome OS at a press event in the US last week. The OS is supposed to be extremely light-weight and to start off, is targeted towards the Netbook segment. Watch the video to see how it works.

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Last week, Google officially showed their upcoming Chrome OS at a press event in the US. The OS is supposed to be extremely light-weight and to start off, is targeted towards the Netbook segment. The OS will hopefully launch in a year’s time and there will certainly be quite a few hardware manufacturers that will come up with new models with Chrome pre-installed. If you really, really want to try out the OS, you can download a version right now that can run as a Virtual Machine. Otherwise, just watch this short video to see how it works.


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