Google Chrome/Chromium OS has shown some real potential to manufacturers like Acer, Asus, HP and others to run Chrome OS to their devices. Google Pixel Slate is considered to be one of the best Chrome OS device available today, even though MKBHD had a different review regarding it, but still some guys who own the best tech spec for the same, the device is really good for them. Continue reading “Why @Google should launch @ChromiumOS ISO for PCs like Linux Distro”
Google’s Pixel 3 is in the market for quite a bit longer time, and my adopters of the Pixel 3 had mixed reviews. Which kind of making Pixel 4 a very high hopes to get all the upgrades on the hardware and especially the big ‘notch’ (kid of started by Apple iPhone) whereas OnePlus did a smart move with 6t devices to give a drop notch and a camera that almost beat Pixel’s camera, on the go.
Google has announced their OS ready to download. The OS & Web Browser have the same name called “Google Chrome”. Chrome OS is more closer to Linux & it is also an Unix-like OS.
Featured software in Chrome OS:
- GNOME 2.24 desktop environment
- Google Chrome 4.0.207 web browser
- OpenOffice.org 3.0 office suite
- Flash Player 10.0 plugin
- and much more!
System requirements of Chrome OS:
- Processor: Intel Pentium, Xeon or newer; AMD Duron, Athlon, Sempron, Opteron or newer
- RAM: min. 256 MB
- Hard disk: min. 1 GB
- Graphics card: supports most modern graphics cards
Google Chrome OS will run on both x86 as well as ARM chips and they are also planning to Ship it as a default OS for Netbooks considering its light footprint.
Download Google Chrome OS: http://sites.google.com/site/chromeoslinux/download
Wow, has this ever stirred things up! 🙂 Is anyone really surprised though? This has been expected for at least 2 years now. If Win7 didn’t have a SKU for Netbooks, this might even be interesting. Having used Win7 for several months now, I can’t see any reason I would go for such a downgraded experience as a Chrome-based OS. Still, it will be sure to continue to generate news and I’m curious to see how things work out.