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Google is now testing its mysterious Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook

Google is now testing its mysterious Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook

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This isn't your common engineer working framework, and you'll require two machines to host and focus on a Pixelbook to stack the OS. It's especially a work in advance, with early alludes to a UI and capacities. It's as yet intriguing that Google has picked its own particular Pixelbook to try different things with, however. Fuchsia has for the most part been connected to inserted frameworks like wearables and Internet of Things gadgets before, however testing was extended to Intel's NUC and Acer's Switch Alpha 12 Chromebooks.

Google is now testing its mysterious Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook

Fuchsia has been made from the Google-constructed Zircon microkernel, and not the common Linux pieces that hold Android and Chrome OS together. It's not instantly clear precisely why Google is building another working framework, nor what gadgets it will keep running on. As testing spreads to more Chromebooks, some are currently conjecturing this could be a successor to the "Andromeda" venture that never emerged.

Google was apparently taking a shot at a Pixel workstation that would blend Android and Chrome OS, codenamed Andromeda. Rather, Google declared help for Android applications on Chrome OS and not a radical new working framework. As Google keeps on exploring different avenues regarding building Fuchsia, we'll begin to comprehend significantly more about this puzzling working framework.

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