Operating systems suck. Thanks to the proliferation of smartphones, the computing experience is divided into two worlds -- mobile, and the desktop. Luckily, if what Google, Apple, and Microsoft have been building are an indication, the days of the unified operating system are not far away.
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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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Google's Fuchsia operating system has been in development for well over a year, but kept under wraps. It's now possible to get it up and running on Pixelbook hardware for a sneak preview, however.
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Fuchsia is Google's in-development operating system -- and now it's getting support from Apple's Swift programming language. But we still have no clue what it's going to be used for.
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Google spent a lot of timing working on the Pixelbook’s design, but very little making sure Chrome OS and Android play nicely. The result is a beautiful, yet frustrating device.
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