Google Unveils Early Version of Chrome OS

Ainsley Jones

Google has unveiled an early version of its Chrome OS at a press event at its headquarters today. Sundar Pichai, Google vice president of product management, says that while the company is about a year away from releasing its Chrome OS, the code for it is fully open and available for developers to work on alongside Google's internal coders, The Register reports.


Pichai also said that every application on Chrome OS will be a Web application, making it speedier and more secure for users, who won't have install the applications onto their systems, says CNET News. The OS will initially be aimed at netbooks, according to Google.

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