It was originally slated to be released during the second half of this year (which would of been around this time), but no Google has news plans for its cloud based Chrome OS. As more big news comes out of this year’s Computex Computer show in Taipei, Google VP of product management, Sundar Pichai says Google is now planning on a Fall release.
“It’s something which we are very excited by … We expect it to reach millions of users on day one,” says Pichai earlier today at the Computex show. Although Google has really high hopes for Chrome OS, experts are still unsure if the search engine giant can really challenge Microsoft in any way. It would be big if Google was able to take a chunk away from Microsoft’s dominance in the operating system market, which is currently on 90% of all personal computers.
There really wasn’t any more information on the subhect, just that Google says they are on track for a Fall release, which could be as early as September or as late as November.
[via Yahoo News]