In the past week Google debuted its new operating system called Chrome. Have you tried it yet?
In todays news we have some resources to show you were to download and how install Chrome. And then decide for yourselves how good… or bad… it actually is.
Most people won’t be ready to undertake the daunting task of actually taking Google’s recently open-sourced code and turning that into a bootable computer. So, in this article, they have put together a step-by-step guide to doing this, for free. It should only take about 15 minutes (depending on how long it takes to download the OS itself).
Within 24 hours of its availabilty, the web was littered with disk images for running the new Google OS on virtual machines such as VMWare and VirtualBox. As an alternative, this article shows you how to run Chrome directly from a USB drive.
This is one of the many places to download the Google Chrome OS. Signup here , takes about 2 minutes, and then you can download it.
You will need VMWare Player or VirtualBox to run the OS.