Pixelbook is a sturdy, well-built, and beautiful hardware, but the fact that they run Chrome OS purely means it is just too limiting for most people. Yes, one might argue that the operating system has come a long way from running from purely online application to supporting many app on the offline mode. It also runs a number of Android apps, and as well as Linux apps.
The bottom line is when it comes to desktop computing, Windows rules. If you want to replace your laptop or desktop PC with something a little more portable. It will be hard to look for anything else that does not run Windows 10. This fact seems has dawned on Google, and if the rumors turn out to be true, the next Pixelbook release will come running Windows 10; not Chrome OS.
The rumors began early this year when Google made changes to the Pixelbook’s firmware to include a mode called AltOS. A feature that will allow users switch between Chrome OS and an ‘alternative OS.’ As it works out, users will be able to dual-boot from the …read more
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