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Chrome OS still expected to launch next month

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Nov 2010 2:17 User comments (5)

Chrome OS still expected to launch next month Despite their note that Chrome OS would not be available on any hardware in 2010, the search giant has said today that the operating system may still launch next month, in a limited software beta.
The company would "not go into details" on when or in what condition the operating system will launch, but it does confirm a public release is scheduled for this year.

Bugs in the software have dwindled, and a pre-release build is in the works.

The operating system will work on all PCs and tablets, but is designed to run best on netbooks.

Google Chrome OS should see a full release in the Q1 2011.

For a more in-depth look into Chrome OS, check our earlier article: Google Chrome OS

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5 user comments

125.11.2010 2:34

"The operating system will work on all PCs and tablets, but is designed to run best on netbooks."

It is coming to the iPad? This is big news!



226.11.2010 8:21

Originally posted by KillerBug:
"The operating system will work on all PCs and tablets, but is designed to run best on netbooks."

It is coming to the iPad? This is big news!
Yea man! You can install it via the CD driv- oh wait...

Well atleast we can install it through USB- oh wait again...

326.11.2010 13:50

Originally posted by Rebel11:
Originally posted by KillerBug:
"The operating system will work on all PCs and tablets, but is designed to run best on netbooks."

It is coming to the iPad? This is big news!
Yea man! You can install it via the CD driv- oh wait...

Well atleast we can install it through USB- oh wait again...

Lool. F*** Apple. They don't deserve my constructive criticism.. scumbags.

427.11.2010 6:53

You could always use the microSD slot...oh wait again again....



529.11.2010 18:07

I'm curious how this will be positioned vs Android.

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