This week, Google announced a long-awaited cloud service Google Drive (Drive Google), which offers users to store up to 5GB of data (for free, and for a fee you can get up to 16 terabytes of cloud) on the servers of the company and get them quick access from any device with access to the Internet. The next logical step is the introduction of Google Drive in the cloud operating system, Google Chrome OS, what the search giant seems to have already started.
According to Electronista, Google Drive will be a part of Chrome OS in its next major version. Service will solve several problems that occur when managing files in the cloud operating system, including the lack of sound when you open multiple browser tabs. In addition, Google will make a number of improvements to security and stability of the OS. Chrome OS used on laptops Chromebook , which produces a number of well-known computer companies. Google planned to devices such as cheap, safe and easy to manage laptops, offering a full range of services of the company. Unfortunately, despite a good response, particularly the popularity Chromebook have not yet received, because of what the producers had to reduce their prices and offer more interesting models . Perhaps this, coupled with improvement in Chrome OS, the machine will make the cloud more attractive in the eyes of consumers.