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Google Chrome OS boots in seconds from a USB drive

Posted on Thursday, November 26 2009 @ 00:01:02 CET by

Engadget gave Chrome OS a try and reports they were impressived that it boots in mere seconds from a USB key on a netbook:
Of course, running something natively instead of virtualized is always going to be a treat, but what we're seeing with Chrome OS is actually on par performance-wise with our crazy expectations for a stripped-down OS. It boots in mere seconds and loads websites with the best of them. The build we're using, courtesy of @hexxeh on Twitter, who made all this possible with some great instructions and a masterfully-built chromiumos.img, was also able to log into the apps pane -- something we didn't pull off on our virtualized rig.



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