Yesterday, a video demonstrated that running Windows 7 and even Mac OS X on Google’s Cr-48 notebook was possible. Today, Hexxeh has published a post showing you how to do that.
Luigi is a firmware toolkit for the Cr-48 that lets you flash your devices firmware to load any OS unmodified.
Chrome Cr-48 was distributed by Google to allow users to test the capability and functionality of Chrome OS. Google does not plan to put it up for sale. The notebook that comes with Chrome OS has been hacked to run Mac OS X, Windows 7 and even Ubuntu. Good job, guys!
The web is just so beautiful with amazing typography, jaw dropping colors, gorgeous images and speedy videos. Web Developers are often inspired by other web sites and try to include some of the features into their own site. If you are a developer, how many times have you navigated to a site and asked which color is that?
Google wants to contribute to the society with its Chrome browser that is amazingly fast and extremely secure. The Chrome community is supporting five worthy causes with the help of its users by counting and donating the number of tabs opened.
Google Chrome has more than 120 million users worldwide and the latest Web App Store makes Chrome all the more exciting. Starting today, Google Chrome will offer new controls that would allow techie people to configure and deploy the browser on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Chrome, the insanely fast web browser from Google has reached version 8 now and is the most stable version yet. Compared to its predecessor, the browser is now much more stable, smoother and snappier.
Extensions or add-ons help a browser to grow and enhance its features. The extension market has almost become as huge as the App arena and is growing with every passing day. While the world is just crazy about applications, developers are now also focusing on developing extensions that would increase the functionality of a browser. In an interview with TheAppleGoogle, Mr. Warren Benedetto – the developer of the popular StayFocusd extension shared his thoughts on the extension market, browsers and his Eureka moment.
In an attempt to educate the masses about the web, the Chrome team have released a new book titled “20 things”. Coming from the Chrome team, the new book is online based, completely done in HTML5, and looks really interactive.