The much anticipated Google‘s Chrome OS is scheduled to go live on this year’s fall. Sundar Pichai, Google’s VP for product management, made the announcement earlier today during the CompuTex in Taipei. “We are working on bringing the device later this fall”, quoted from Mr. Pichai.
The Chrome operating system, according to earlier reports, will be designed for better internet experience on netbook computers. It will be an open source, lightweight platform that can power computers ranging from small netbooks to full-size desktop systems. And most of all, the new operating system is going to be free.
The announcement was made shortly few days after Google announced the company-wide phasing out of the Microsoft operating system from the Google system.