Google has decided to launch their own OS (operating system), and they call it Chrome OS. The software powering Chrome OS, which is based on the search giant’s browser, serves mainly as a tool for connecting your computer to the Web. That’s where nearly everything you use is housed and linked to your Google user name and password. It’s a concept known as cloud computing. This allows computers to run more efficiently when they don’t have to store their own information. Chrome OS is not yet available to the public, but Google did send a select number of laptops utilizing Chrome OS out to testers in the field.
Here is a photo of one of the laptops being debut by Google’s VP of Product Management, Sundar Pichai.
So far the system is said to not dual boot with Windows or Mac operating systems.
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