Recent code updates posted in Chromium Gerrit indicate that Google has canceled Project Campfire, ending its plans to let Chromebooks dual boot Windows and Chrome OS. Is hope all but lost on this popular feature?
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Chromebooks may soon have an option for what operating system they run thanks to Google's "dual boot" feature. New Chromium repository commits suggest its development could be further along than we thought.
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Google's Pixelbook may eventually support native dual-booting into Windows 10. Evidence recently surfaced in Chrome OS linking a new AltOS feature to Microsoft's Windows Hardware Certification and its Windows Hardware Lab Kit.
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Will the Pixelbook adopt Mac OS's support for dual-booting? Speculations that Windows 10 could finally boot on Google's Pixelbook went into high gear after code for the mysterious AltOS picker began appearing for Chrome OS.
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