Google’s Chrome operating system should be launching anytime soon now. Google has recently created a Stable Channel for Chrome OS last week. Since the Stable Channel is where the usually more developed versions of the operating system are released just like the Stable Channel Google has in place for their Chrome web browser.
If that’s the case, it looks like Google is about to release the operating system to more hardware manufacturers, falling in line with their plans (announced last year) about Acer and Samsung being the first hardware partners to launch Chrome OS devices by the middle of this year.
Google’s 2-day developer conference, Google I/O; held in May this year could possibly be where they unveil Chrome OS to the world. After all, the event is where they discuss web, mobile and enterprise applications with Google, and open web technologies like Chrome, Android and more seems like a fitting event for the Chrome OS launch.
But with not-so-stellar reviews for the Cr-48 (Google’s first netbook with Chrome OS), I wonder how much Google could have improved upon it to make it better. Stay tuned for more details. How many of you are looking forward to running Chrome OS on your computers?
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