What is Chrome OS? [Operating System]

Chrome OS

Chrome OS is a Linux-based operating system developed by Google specifically to work with online web applications. After its initial launch on July 7, 2009, Google made the operating system an open-source project on November 19, 2009, under the name Chromium. Chrome OS can only be run on the computer it is designed for and cannot be used on computers designed for Windows or other operating systems.

Chrome OS is installed on Google computers, like Chromebooks and Chromeboxes. It also runs on the Acer Chromebase, and the Asus Chromebit, which are other Chrome OS-based devices with no display or peripherals.

Updates to Chrome OS are made frequently, with new releases coming out every month or two. As of November 1, 2019, the latest Chrome OS version is 77.0.3865.105.

What is the difference between Chrome and Chrome OS? [What is the difference between Chrome and Chrome OS? in English]

ChromeOS is an operating system by Google for running web services, such as Docs, on the Google web browser. Chrome is a web browser. ChromeOS is built around that web browser, and that's all it can do. You can call ChromeOS itself a web browser.

Is Google Chrome OS Available for Download? [Is Google Chrome OS available for download? in English]

Google Chrome OS isn't a traditional operating system that you can download or buy and install on a disc. As a user, the only way you will get Google Chrome OS is by buying a Chromebook that has Google Chrome OS installed by the OEM.

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