Google planning Chrome OS event tomorrow

November 18, 2009 at 11:36 am

Google Chrome OSWhilst rumours suggested that we may be getting a Beta release of Google’s Chrome operating system this week, it looks like we may have to settle for some demos instead. TechCrunch is reporting that Google is holding a Chrome OS event at its Mountain View headquarters tomorrow morning (19th November) where it will give a “complete overview” of the new OS.

They plan to give some technical background information on the operating system as well showing off some demos. We’ll hopefully get some firm indication as to when it should launch (most likely next year). Whether we see an Alpha or Beta release this week too, remains to be seen.


One Response to “Google planning Chrome OS event tomorrow”

  1. nicholassimon said:
    November 19th, 2009 5:42 AM

    If you are interested in free, alternative operating systems, don’t forget Haiku (which is looking more and more promising) and has just released version Alpha 1. Read more here:

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