The Mountain View company, of course, the tech giant Google is still working to improve Chrome OS and one of the next news of interest that we will see implemented in the PixelBook will be AltOS, a tool that according to the first information is already under development and could serve to facilitate the management and use of Double operating system configurations or what we usually call ‘Dual Boot’.
Although it is true that Chrome OS is a simple but quite complete operating system and that the arrival of the Google Play Store has substantially improved its possibilities there is no doubt that it is still below others like Windows 10, a problem that could be easily solved with the possibility to install a second operating system and have dual boot.
Precisely what would be the goal of AltOS is to facilitate the native boot of Windows 10 in the PixelBook, so that users could alternate without problems between the operating system and Chrome OS depending on their needs.
The PixelBook is a high-end professional convertible that has quite powerful specifications even in its base configuration (seventh-generation Core i5, 8 GB of RAM and a high-speed SSD), so it would not have problems at the hardware level to work with Windows 10 or with any Linux distribution.
This would make up for one of the most important shortcomings of the PixelBook and at the same time, it would help Google to pave the way and prepare for the arrival of Fuchsia OS, a new open source operating system that the Mountain View company, of course, the tech giant Google has already been developing.
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