Exciting thing when Google announced Chrome OS was that the OS booted right in the browser, making it apt for heavy net surfers. But since then, there’s very little (or nothing) they’ve shown to convince anyone. Now, Techcrunch has heard from a reliable source that Google is about let loose the OS. It will be available for download “within a week” that expectedly, won’t be in a pristine condition and will mostly face hardware driver issues.
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i tried Chrome OS and it is pretty much like a scaled down version of Ubuntu. Chrome is just based on Linux and there is nothing new about it.