Google showcases Chrome OS Buzz this

Posted by Prasada Martala Nov 19, 2009

Google showcased their Chromium Operating System (Chrome OS) today which is entirely web based. It is an open source application based on Linux and the Chrome web browser. Browser is the central place where you do all your work in Chrome OS - be it browsing, checking emails, editing documents, listening to music watching videos or playing games. All these features are available through App Menus, Panels in the browser. Since all applications are stored on the internet, the OS is not going to support standard hard drives, just SSDs. Even though it is free software, it is going to run only on compatible hardware. We need to see how it is going to fit in to the open source concept. Videos below -







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