Chromebooks will soon be able to run Microsoft windows 10 any moments from now. News around is suggesting that Google is getting close to releasing what’s known as the Campfire build for Chrome OS, which allows a feature known as dual-booting.
According to wiki, dual-booting is the act of installing multiple operating systems on a computer, and being able to choose which one to boot . The term dual-booting refers to the common configuration of specifically two operating systems.
Previously, dual-booting was something of a challenge for Chrome OS devices. However, according to latest info, Google has been testing dual booting on Eve, the Pixelbook.
For a device to be capable of dual booting, there will be a need for it to possess specific hardware, namely 40 gigs of storage and 4 gigs of ram, and this is something Eve already has. And if every should go according to plan, Eve will be the first machine capable of dual booting, but will soon be followed by others. The project behind the close door, might be officially announced “soon”.
That ‘soon’ might be during the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which is taking place anytime from now.
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