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The Google Chrome OS is envisioned to be a lightweight operating system that promises to start up and get users on the Internet in a few seconds. The Official Google Blog said the OS will target net books first when it comes out next year, and will be made available for enterprise computing solutions in succeeding releases of the software
Google announced the operating system on July 7. called CHROMIUM OS .GOOGLE CHROME OS Google Chrome OS is a LINUX-based OPERATING-SYSTEM designed by GOOGLE to work exclusively with WEB APPLICATION. 2009 and made it an OPEN SOURCE project.
Google chrome os is an extension of androids Instead. engineers relied on more informal metrics. including monitoring the usage patterns of some 200 Chrome OS machines used by Google .HISTORY Google developers began coding the operating system in 2009. inspired by the growing popularity and lower power consumption of NETBOOKS and the focus of these small laptops on Internet access.
2009. vice president of OEM services at Canonical Ltd announced that Canonical "is contributing engineering to Google [Chrome OS] under contract . demonstrated an early version of the operating system November 19. Google released Chrome OS's SOURCE CODE as the CHROMIUM OS project Chrome OS will be automatically updated to the latest version. At a November 19. Sundar Pichai. the Google vice president overseeing Chrome. 2009. 2009 news conference.On November 19. Chris Kenyon.
images and a video of a conceptual design showing how a Chrome OS user interface might look on a tablet pc with a 5 10 inch screen several changes to Chromium OS were made which indicate the development of a tablet version of Google Chrome OS In March 2010. a consumer version and an enterprise version . Google indicated that consideration is being given to developing two versions of the operating system. Google posted notes. 2010.On January 25.
including ACER.LENOVO.HEWLETTPACKA RD.TOSHIBA INTEL.HISTOTY Cr-48 prototype hardware At a December 7. A reference hardware desing to test the Chrome OS operating system.TEXAS INSTRUMENT . Google announced the Cr-48 laptop. 2010 press briefing. FREESCALE. The laptop's design broke convention by replacing the CAPS LOCK key with a dedicated search key Commercial hardware: Chromebooks Google initially named several development partners working on hardware for the operating system. with others named in the press. . ADOBE.SAMSUNGand DELL. ASUS. QUALCOMM.
Cr-48 prototype hardware Commercial hardware: Chromebooks The Acer Chromebook Type : Mobile device Owner Google Introduced June 15. 2011 The Cr-48 showing the setup screen seen when first booting up a Chromebook .
middleware and key applications. .ANDROID Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system.
and accelerometer (hardware dependent) Rich development environment including a device emulator. EDGE. 3G. and still image formats (MPEG4. JPG. PNG. tools for debugging. AMR. video. 3D graphics based on the OpenGL ES 1.264.ANDROID FEATURES Application framework enabling reuse and replacement of components Dalvik virtual machine optimized for mobile devices Integrated browser based on the open source WebKit engine ptimized graphics powered by a custom 2D graphics library. GIF) GSM Telephony (hardware dependent) Bluetooth. compass. AAC. GPS. and a plugin for the Eclipse IDE .0 specification (hardware acceleration optional) SQLite for structured data storage Media support for common audio. H. and WiFi (hardware dependent) Camera. MP3. memory and performance profiling.
ANDROID ARCHITECTURE .
Chrome OS. . will be on specific netbook like devices. Its interface is 100% web. Chrome OS will be free! Chrome OS will be open source. There are no desktop applications. No hybrids available that are compatible with your existing Windows OS or Mac OS.FEATURES OF CHROME OS Chrome OS completely focuses on the most important part of your computer: your web browser. When you don·t have a live Internet connection: you can·t store or access data. Literally everything is web based. Everything that comes in Chrome now will be available in Chrome OS. Chrome OS is literally 100% web based. Chrome OS eliminates time sucks: desktop. for now. Even the fastest computer takes 45 seconds to load up! Nothing is stored on your computer. Chrome OS is not Android.
allowing Google an opportunity toinfiltrate that segment . The new system is designed to work with ARM and x86 chips . Microsoft has previously said it wouldnot support PCs running on ARM chips. It will be fast and lessmemoryintensive. the mainchip architectures in use in the market.Fast & light weight : The new Chrome OS is expected to work well with many of the company's popular software applications. enabling users to access the Web in a few seconds.
the device doesn't need to run through long checklist looking for devices and drivers.Speedy boot up. loading programs into resident memory and so on. One of the primary reasons for this is to speed up boot time. showing the most recent browser windows . It should turn on like a television. the Chrome browser. flip a switch and the within three seconds browser should be available. With no local applications and limited hardware. The only applications it will use are those that can be runfrom the cloud in a browser. as fast as three seconds: A Chrome OS device will not store any applications on the device itself. to be specific.
security updates require nothing more than a reboot. User data stored on the device. so one web app can't lead to exposure in another. is encrypted. The rest of the operating system is integrated with the Chrome browser and.Security by default: The portion of the operating system needed to operate the device will reside in a read only section of memory. Chrome OS can run multiple web applications in multiple tabs and each one is locked down from all others. User data is limited to items such as user preferences. which is minimal. All other data will be stored in the cloud . like the browser.
GOOGLE ATTACK ON MICROSOFT Google plans to attack Microsoft's core business by taking on the software giant's globally dominant Windows operating system for personal computers. the new software will be in net books in the second half of 2010 . Google Chrome Operating System.
Share on pc 10% other os othe os microsoft os 90% microsoft os .
. but Ederle expects Google to charge at most a nominal fee or make it free.Google did not say how much it would charge for the operating system (OS). saying the company's business model has been to earn revenue from connecting applications or advertising.
natively supports rich media. This will help users find new applications. Developers with new apps will find this an easier method to showcase them. The application menu As new web applications come online tweaked for Chrome OS. among other improvements. Chrome OS will showcase them on a permanent tab it now calls the application menu. Any web application that runs in a standards compliant browser should work on a Chrome OS device. too. which. But Chrome OS is focused on supporting new protocols such as HTML 5.Support for both x86 and ARM architectures: Google promises that it will be writing native code for both popular net book CPUs. .
Google Chrome OS Is the official Google released OS Will only be installed on partner OEM hardware OEM hardware will provide enhanced performance and security Auto-Update enabled Verified secure boot using firmware signature checks Easy recovery firmware feature Google stores backup encryptionkeys on cloud Supported by Google and Partners ALL CHROME COMPARED OS Chromium OS Open Source Project Must be built from source No Auto-Update Can be modified and assumed will be adapted to wide range of hardware Everything can and µwill change byQ4 shipping of OEM devices with Google Chrome OS Supported by Open Source Community .
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