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Google sets "late fall" release for Chrome
Category : General 05 Jun 2010 12:50 PM | Industry News
The Chrome system will designed initially to work on laptop PCs, Sundar Pichai, Google's head of the Chrome project told reporters at the Computex PC show.
Google talked more about its coming operating system at Computex in Taiwan this week. Google reports that it intends to launch its operating system, dubbed Chrome OS, in the late fall of 2010. We already know a lot of what there is to know about Chrome with the OS having been officially announced back in November of 2009. Google also offered some information on its cloud printing scheme for the OS in April 2010.
Google doesn't intend to put out a buggy beta product that will hobble along, frustrating early adopters, either. Sundar Pichai explained, "We will be selective on how we come to market because we want to deliver a great user experience. We're thinking on both the hardware and software levels."
Chrome OS is one of the few future operating systems for which there are already millions of applications that work," Pichai said. "You don't need to redesign Gmail for it to work on Chrome. Facebook does not need to write a new app for Chrome."
TAGS : Google, Chrome, Hardware, OS