Google To Bring Chrome With Some OS Functions To Windows 8

Google is one among the famous search engine firms and with their efforts recently, it is evident that they want to be the leader in search engines, desktop and mobile OS business. Recently, it was reported that the search giant might slowly take the market from Microsoft’s latest operating system desktop called Windows 8.  Google has begun its desktop OS business by using the latest developer edition of the Google Chrome. The Chrome browser is expected to have its own launch bar that can integrate the regular Google drive icons so that you can get access to the various functions like text documents, spreadsheets and more. Gmail is also included in the list.

The metro interface included in the new Chrome’s developer edition will permit the application to run a multi windowed desktop. Though it has a real Windows operating system running in the system, this Google Chrome is expected to be more useful and attractive. Therefore, by these efforts, it is clear that Google is launching Chrome in the form of its mini OS since they want to take over the Windows OS 8 desktop. This will be very good news for the users who are regularly using the Google’s services and they can make clearly make advantage of it.

Besides these advantages, there are some downsides too as RT editions cannot be used to run this Chrome edition and it will run only with a system having Windows OS 8 Pro. Therefore, these things should be checked while installing it. This is still an early release and there is a long way to go for making it ready for the public. However, one thing is clear that in the future, this will be every interesting for those users who are completely relying on Google’s services and to make these options work, you need to have the right PC hardware and Windows software.

It is possible for you to download the developer version of the OS, if you cannot wait for the final version to reach the public. Download it from the website called and install it on your computer. However, to run it, it is necessary to have a computer installed with Windows OS 8 Pro. For other latest news and updates about Google bringing OS-style Chrome browser for Windows 8, check the official Chrome browser webpage.
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