Posted May 03, 2018 09:33:21Google Chrome has long been the king of the desktop web browser.
But over the last year or so, Google has been experimenting with its own alternative to the popular open source browser.
Google Chrome OS is a fully-fledged operating system with the potential to change the way you browse the web and play games.
The OS is currently available in select countries and is available in two flavors, which Google has dubbed Chrome OS and Chrome OS Lite.
The company also has a standalone version called Chrome OS Pro, which you can get on the Google Play Store.
In this guide, we’ll explore what you can do with Chrome OS on your Chromebook, and how to upgrade your computer to use the OS.
Read more about Chrome OS: The first generation of the OSWhile Google is already working on a new version of Chrome OS, the first version was announced back in March 2018.
That’s when Google announced the new OS would arrive “in the fall” and that the “first stable release” of the operating system would arrive in March 2019.
However, there was still no official launch date for the new version.
Since then, we’ve been waiting for the OS to arrive.
It finally did in late July, when Google’s own Chris Dixon posted an official blog post on the ChromeOS team blog.
That blog post was updated to say the first stable release of the new operating system, Chrome OS 4.0.0, would arrive on March 23.
A Google+ post from November 2018 shows that the new Chrome OS version was finally available on September 6, 2018.
Google has made it clear that the first release of ChromeOS will be stable and that ChromeOS 4.1 will arrive in 2019.
You can get ChromeOS Lite, which is a slightly different version of the system that is meant for the “laptop or tablet” market.
But the new versions of Chrome will not come with any version of Google’s Chrome OS.
That means you’ll have to purchase a new Chromebook and install a brand new version in order to run ChromeOS.
You can download the latest version of Firefox, Chrome and Chrome for Android from Google’s web store, and there’s no need to worry about upgrading to a new operating platform.
You’ll still get the stable, open source version of your favorite browser, though.
It’s not clear when the Chrome OS beta will be made available to the public, though, and we’re still waiting for a full release.