Chrome OS

Google Drive integrates with Chrome OS

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(…)

Linux “stepped over the desktop”

Recently, the Linux community was much discussion of the news that the share of Linux on desktops for the first time broke the one per cent. This magical barrier seemed enchanted, and a free operating system has never showed the market share of more than 1% for all eighteen years of its existence. This situation seemed rather(…)

Google adds virtualization support for VPN on Chromebook

Google has added a number of key functions in Chromebook, to make it easier for business users. The main addition is the software Citrix Receiver for Chrome OS, which will allow users to access Chromebook virtual desktop. Initially, the operating system Chrome OS depends on the internet and can only use Web-based applications, so Citrix Receiver will work(…)