Google Chrome OS Seminar report and abstract

Google Chrome OS Seminar Abstract
Google has designed a Linux based operating system to work with web application called Google chrome OS. On 7th July, 2007 Google announced about the operating system and an open project called Chromium source was started in November 2009. Chrome OS can work only on particular hardware provided by Google manufacturing partners. It is an operating system where you can find applications and user data residing in the cloud. Chrome books is a common name given to the laptops running Chrome OS. It is a three-tier architecture: window manager, browser and firmware and user land service and system-level software. The purpose of the firmware is to make fast booting time and check each step in the boot process.

Interaction of users with multiple client windows is handled by the window manager. The Linux kernel is included in the system-level software to improve boot performance. Google chrome OS runs on hardware which has an ARM-based processor. The chrome OS comes with an inbuilt media player. It also has integrated file manager to display folders and associated files. The first updating of the OS was made in April 2012 with the introduction of hardware-accelerated window manager called aura and a task bar. This gave Chrome a look at a desktop operating system.

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