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How to run ChromeOS in Windows 8 and 8.1 [Guide]
Posted By Derrik On March 18, 2014 @ 3:04 AM In Windows | 2 Comments
Google’s ChromeOS is getting increasingly popular. Last year, 21% of all laptops sold ran Google’s OS. Recently Google has added the ability to run it right inside Windows 8. Some speculate that the Internet titan has done this to allow people to test drive it’s OS, and they’d be right. Here’s your chance to try out ChromeOS too!
ChromeOS is best experienced with a Google account connected to Chrome
To disable ChromeOS mode, follow this guide again and enable instead of disable.
ChromeOS mode works with all versions of Windows 8 and 8.1.
Make sure your version of Google Chrome is up to date. Do this by clicking on the Google Chrome menu, then clicking on ‘About Google Chrome’. This will automatically bring your version of Google Chrome up to date.
Once you’ve determined that Google Chrome is up to date, go back to the Chrome menu, and look for the option to ‘relaunch Google Chrome in Windows 8 mode’. Once that has been done, you’ll see Google Chrome launch Windows 8 mode, which is actually ChromeOS. From there you can customize your ChromeOS experience.
ChromeOS is a cool concept for an operating system, but since it’s only exclusive to Chromebooks, not everyone has gotten a chance to check it out. Google has done something truly awesome with Chrome. Enjoy!
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