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January 26, 2011 19:43 PST

About Chromium OS

Chromium OS is an open-source project that aims to build an operating system that provides a fast, simple, and more secure computing experience for people who spend most of their time on the web.

About Chrome OS Linux

Chrome OS Linux is a brand new free operating system built around the revolutionary Google Chrome browser.

The aim of this project is to provide a lightweight Linux distribution for the best web browsing experience.

Chrome OS Download

You can download the free Chrome OS Linux Live CD below.

How to install Chrome OS Linux on my hard disk using the ISO file?

Download the iso file and burn it into CD-R, then boot your computer from Chrome OS Linux Live CD, wait until it is loaded and click Live Installer icon on the desktop. Enter the root password and follow the wizard.

User password: user

Root password: root

System requirements of Chrome OS Linux:

  • Processor: Intel Pentium, Xeon or newer; AMD Duron, Athlon, Sempron, Opteron or newer
  • RAM: min. 256 MB
  • Hard disk: min. 1 GB
  • Graphics card: supports most modern graphics cards

Other resources about Chrome OS



#1  posted on March 11, 2011 02:51 PST
Hi,

This is the first site I got the download of Google Chrome OS. I am downloading it & I will share my experience about it soon.

Thank you

Samudra Nanyasi
Administrator
www.samudrananyasi.info

#2  posted on March 14, 2011 14:08 PDT
finally i got it Google OS, thanks.

Google = simple & secure way.

#3  posted on March 19, 2011 15:26 PDT
I'm looking forward to it too.. i wonder how many people even realize how
HUGE this really is.. there's only a few major milestones over tthe short history of the PC.. let's see.. you've got the first personal computers (Apple wins that round!) the release and widespread adoption of windows (i'm not sure which of the two, w31 or w95 was the milestone, however)..
The day that Tim Berners-Lee switched on the world wide web..
and the day that the PC as we know it became obsolete.. which would be... right about now!
I'm not sure whether the complete 'thin client' approach of ChromeOS, or the iPad approach, where the apps are stored on the device but re-downloadable whenever needed,.. will win out.. but...
I AM sure that within a few years there's going to be web based OS's from every major player..
M$ must *surely* be paying CLOSE attention, as this was the total focus of their attempts in 1998 with the 'active desktop' and 'Internet Explorer' and 'Explorer' being (ideally) one and the same.. they were trying to have more and more of the apps everyone would use online at a central server, and less local apps...
There is just Soo much positive that can be said about this (chromeOS's) approach.. no need anymore for slow resource hogging SV's .. you might still need one for real-time detection, but no more massive hard drive indexing and scanning..
I'm not entirely sure what percentage of the app (say a text editig app) runs under the memory of the local computer, but essentially.. the responsibility for running the app would fall to the remote computer (correct me if i'm wrong)..
Floods? Fire? nah.. you might lose your house but not your ripped video collection..
... Now there's two sides to everything, though...Which brings me to a final question..
Who supplies the storage medium if all your stuff is out in the virtual etherkingdom.. and..
What happens if you don't pay.. or if they wanna 'Get' you..
OK so that's two questions ;-)

Doccus Rockus Maximus

#4  posted on March 19, 2011 19:15 PDT
Quando estou dando o boot o sistema solicita a senha e password linux,alguuém pode me ajudar?

#5  posted on March 19, 2011 19:16 PDT
quando dou boot o sistemapede senha linux,alguém pode me ajudar?

#6  posted on April 04, 2011 16:48 PDT
NO chrome os, that is Suse Linux with Chrome installed. The same from the original page getchrome.eu, enter and see the bottom of the page ;) Sorry for my English

#7  posted on April 15, 2011 19:25 PDT
The download is so slow I need to be patient to test this new ISO.

#8  posted on April 26, 2011 05:52 PDT
Its loading time is very fast when compare to other browsers.

#9  posted on May 09, 2011 08:01 PDT
great to find a place where finally i can get the ever waited chrome os.
would any one please give me links to The same for 64 bit computer system!!!!

please please please...me waiting so eagerly for ur answer...thanks in advance..
:-)
lov u google!!!

#10  posted on May 26, 2011 15:49 PDT
If you're looking for Googles Chrome/Chromium OS this is not the place. The download link is to Chrome OS Linux that is in no way affiliated with Google but just uses the Chromium web browser on top another linux distro.

#11  posted on July 04, 2011 16:24 PDT
Downloading atm, I'd just like to recommend using mediafire next time, as the hosting site you selected is probably the worst I've ever seen XD

#12  posted on August 23, 2011 14:16 PDT
who wants to wait 3 hours for a fake

#13  posted on August 30, 2011 08:10 PDT
I agree with Mob and "fuck this"...

#14  posted on September 07, 2011 11:42 PDT
I have made a list of various sources to download Chrome OS here >> http://chromestory.com/2011/08/chrome-os-download-usb-netbook/

#15  posted on September 22, 2011 12:42 PDT
I found that it is very fast on the installation, and it picked up my laptop hardware without any problem.

It didn't take three hours, like some dufus said (#12), but it did take about 1:45min.

It is worth the try, I am just dissapointed that it is linux based and not android.

#16  posted on September 26, 2011 07:49 PDT
Finally I found it, I'm downloading it and then, I'll install it, I love Google.

#17  posted on October 15, 2011 19:38 PDT
Hey is this the genuine chrome OS linux? I am downloading it from this website. Any advice please?

#18  posted on December 30, 2011 02:14 PST
chrome os guys is openSUSE with the chrome web browser installed, it works great but it isnt a google os YET people get that confused all the time. The only thing that is differnet fro the other linuxes is that the chrome browser starts automatically and brings you to the getchome.eu page, which is where the basic apps are.

#19  posted on January 04, 2012 17:06 PST
Lixo - Trash - download Google chrome OS is Trash Lixo

#20  posted on February 23, 2012 16:30 PST
If it's so great and so free, why is it so darn difficult to find an ISO to download at a decent speed. I could write an OS faster than it's taken me to find an actual download.

Just a bunch of hype until I can get it without a bunch of user-vicious hoops!

#21  posted on April 30, 2012 23:07 PDT
I feel like you should make it a bit clearer that you are "Google Chrome OS Linux", and not "Google Chrome OS". And that you have no actual relation to Google. That's a pretty -huge- difference. I haven't seen a single disclaimer anywhere on any of your sites. like, maybe, getting confused for chrome OS is where you get most of your downloads, or something weird like that.

thanks.

#22  posted on May 17, 2012 10:04 PDT
Cancels download- -.-! fake............

#23  posted on April 10, 2013 13:50 PDT
Total CONFIDENCE TRICK to get you to pay for a download of 'free' software.

This is not Chrome OS and the download is slowed down specially. 5 hrs for 620M is like the dial up days.

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