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And so it came to pass that the launching of the Chrome OS has finally been unveiled. Forget your skepticism about FAKE Chrome OS, this one is official!

According to the statement of Google today.

Today we are open-sourcing the project as Chromium OS. We are doing this early, a year before Google Chrome OS will be ready for users, because we are eager to engage with partners, the open source community and developers. As with the Google Chrome browser, development will be done in the open from this point on. This means the code is free.

See their demo-video:

Coming from the statement, “What if your browser was your operating system?” – One will realize that Chrome OS is highly-different from the ones you have with your laptop, but is it worth installing?

My answer: Perhaps … if you’re using Netbooks/ EPC, but I wouldn’t be expecting a skyrocket craze, using this new OS, anytime soon.

The peculiar changes made in Chrome OS: Forget all  the slow booting you have on your laptop before, Chromium was made to work like a mobile OS. Think of your iPhone OS, put inside your netbook, add a little sauce from Google and you got Chrome! Voila! a 7 second boot-up… Does this sound promising?

According to engadget, there’ll be specific reference hardware. For example, Chrome OS won’t work with standard hard drives, just SSDs, but Google is supporting both x86 and ARM CPUs. That also means you won’t be able to just download Chrome OS and go, you’ll have to buy a Chrome OS device approved by Google.

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Also, the Chrome OS will be open-source. This means the whole army of programmers/hackers /diddlers/developers will have the chance to build-up and also exploit the said “secured” OS. We wouldn’t be surprised if frequent-hack reports will be circulating the blogosphere later this year.

Engadget got the whole enchilada of the presentation and generously offered the live footage to the public

The Reply of Chromium developers about security issues?

“So what happens when it goes wrong? If this happens, it could be multiple reasons — malware, Chrome got hacked. It could be a random cosmic gray area, random error. When it happens, we detect it happens, Chrome detects it, and then we go through recovery procedure where it repairs itself.”

We’re using cryptographic signature keys to make sure when we load kernel off disk, it is the set of bytes it’s supposed to be.” .. “We will be double-checking each move”

“Double-check our behavior ?” Are you sure? Say that to a hacker who is already doing ROFLMAO while reading your statement.

Here’s the reason why Google develop this new Operating System:

The growth in netbooks is amazing. Growth is exploding despite the recession. Ultra thin, ultra light computers. The trend is clear that we’re moving to web applications – not desktop applications. It’s the most successful platform out there right now. We’re moving from laptops down to netbooks on the regular computer end. On the other side we’re going from phones to tablets – these are all computers. Laptops are becoming more like phones too – always on connectivity.

Yes no doubt we agree with that, but should Google Chrome be developed like that? Applications need to be connected over the internet always?

What users want is to have a REAL OS, wherein being tied to the internet is just an option …. NOT THE ONLY option. Does this makes sense? Also, Goog should realize that there are still places in this world wherein internet is not as free-flowing than in the USA. (and I’m telling you they are plenty) By the way, No internet connection means no Chrome right?

So far the chrome OS runs only google docs natively, so you may be a bit surprised when you use Chrome OS. First, you can’t install any applications. Second, all the programs which you love before won’t be compatible. Third, can’t go offline – This means all the things you usually do on your computer which became so hardwired to your brain will be lost on chrome’s forest.

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And honestly guys, with BIG G watching your every move. I wouldn’t be surprise when that day comes when google can instantly pinpoint your chrome OS and shut it down when you are diddling with a rare-find – Things you can do using your trusty old notebook. I’m talking about the usual stuff  you do on the net (..those things you download in piratebay for example…)

See the Conceptual Video:

Google says, we use “90%” of our time in the internet”.

That may be correct, but there are still many offline applications that make the netizen’s glutes stick to their seat. Agree?

In the end, the question here is: Would you sacrifice your Netbook’s native OSs FOR a Chromium system which can boot for 7 seconds,  powered by BIG G… But wouldn’t work without internet connection?

It could be great for Netbook/Notebooks in the distant future, but not for our Desktop .. Never mi amigo!

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