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Google is in talks with netbook manufacturers and chip makers to support Google Chrome OS


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Google Chrome OS is the talk of the town now. Every body is asking questions about the new operating system of Google. Well, if you are one of those then I would like to inform you that Google just published a FAQ regarding its Chrome OS. In this FAQ, Google answered some of the widely asked questions about its new operating system. First and foremost, Google Chrome is going to be free. As you all know Google is going to release the Chrome operating system on netbooks. The Chrome OS netbooks will be launched in the middle of 2010.

In the FAQ section Google also said that it is working with various netbook and chip manufacturers to roll out Chrome OS equipped netbooks. It also published names of the manufacturers. They are: Acer, Adobe, ASUS, Freescale, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments.

Currently, Acer and Asus are the top netbook makers in the market followed by HP and Lenovo. Qualcomm and Texas instruments are chipmakers with whom Google is talking about producing chips that would support the Google Chrome. Google is trying everything to make sure that Google Chrome gives faster and more smooth service to its users. Though Linux is free, it is not very much popular and many people would not show interest in Google Chrome OS as it runs on Linux platform but Google is trying hard to attract people to use its operating system.

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