For those of you who can’t wait until Google comes out with automated installation ISO, you might want to try building one yourself by following these instructions here.
You will need a linux-based computer to generate the images though. (or the compiler equivalent in Windows or Mac)
I will try installing Google Chrome OS on my netbook later this week, perhaps have a DIY post on that soon so…
For now, there’s instructions for burning the Chrome OS images to a USB Flash Drive, harddisk, or a VMware virtual machine. I will have to try the USB flash drive, that might be the most portable way to go.
Although I have been excited with Windows 7 lately, having Google Chrome OS run on my netbook might even be more exciting as I’ve had some speed issues with my Eee PC.
Well, I just wish I could make my netbook run a bit faster without changing in hardware but Google Chrome OS certainly could achieve that and more.