Chrome OS is a reliable operating system (OS) created by Google specialists on the basis of Linux kernel. This OS blends Android and Windows into one package. Among the most common uses of ChromeBook OS are for organizing files and documents, navigating online resources, and running music files in the notebook. Additionally, the platform supports multiple ARM/ARM64 and x86/x64 protocols.
Chrome is one of the major embedded applications on the OS. With the browser you can play popular Google services faster and with more convenience. A variety of web applications can be run with it. In turn, for parents there is an option that allows them to set up a blacklist and add sites with content that is not intended for children and teenagers.
One of the key features of Chrome OS is support for Android applications. Program and game downloads are free from the Google Play Market or Google Store (Webstore) on mobile devices, whichever is more convenient for users. As for the installation process, remember that you must have BlueStacks installed in order to take advantage of this.System settings require developers mode in order to activate programs from third parties. Support for Linux applications has also been gained by previous OS upgrades.
There is no separate operating system package or image included with this presentation. Usually, laptop and tablet manufacturers install their operating systems in advance of using them. In this case, you will need to purchase the appropriate computer equipment with Chrome OS installed to be able to get it. You can download additional Chrome OS updates and install Chromium OS distribution kit on the official webpage for Hrombukov’s owners. Hrombukov’s owners can also select from Android or Chrome OS as their default operating system. In it, you will find out more about the operating systems Google uses.
- gesture support;
- regular updates;
- Integrating with other services offered by Google;
- Using your Gmail account, you can import and export important data.