Google has shed some new light on their Google Chrome operating system, which we have been hearing about for months now. Currently the Chrome OS supports netbooks, especifically an EEE PC. (you can download the source here)
According to TechCrunch:
We’re not going to go into too much detail about going to market today. We’re working on the software right now, but we are also working with manufacturers on the hardware level. For example, we only support solid-state drives and certain types of WiFi cards.
Well, there should be someone hacking it real soon and hopefully we can get hands on a how-to install article soon.
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