Saturday, November 14, 2009

Google Chrome OS released? May be next week?

We've received information back in July that Google is planning to launch its personal operating system. Well, according to the rumors the OS is planned to be released in the next week. Google representatives promised to release their OS in the fall of this year. There are plans that future notebooks will have Chrome OS pre-installed on them. The reason for the delay is the ability to support the minimum amount of devices. A large number of programmers are constantly working on Chrome OS. To create, maintain and support the drivers for the operating system Google gets in touch directly with the manufacturers.

On top of that, to spice things up Google needs a demonstration of the working operating system built on technologies where Google can push aside its competitors. Most likely it will be laptops, mainly and especially from the companies that worked on the operating system, like: Acer, Adobe, ASUS, Freescale, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Qualcomm, Texax Instruments and Toshiba.

To tell you the truth I can't wait to see what Google did with their OS. Going back to Google's previous projects where everything is neat, fast and efficient I think this is going to be huge. Let's wait and see.

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