Google’s two operating systems will soon be one. Chrome OS will be joined with Android, and the consolidated OS could be uncovered when one year from now, as per The Wall Street Journal. The Journal reports that Chrome is basically being collapsed into Android, on the grounds that Android has developed as the predominant working framework by very much a long extend. Joining the two working frameworks means setting up Android to keep running on portable workstations and desktop PCs, which would require enormous changes, and additionally supporting the Google Play Store. Chromebooks will allegedly get another name to mirror the new OS.
The Verge has autonomously affirmed that Chrome OS and Android will join, with a sneak peak liable to be shown at Google I/O one year from now. The move denote an exertion at Google to diminish the quantity of free stages it needs to keep up, sources said.
The new working framework is expected to be released sometime in 2017. While this is a major and somewhat surprising move — Chromebooks have been genuinely fruitful and are an awesome minimal effort PC choice — it’s anything but difficult to perceive how Google arrived. Sundar Pichai, who’s currently driving Google, was placed accountable for both Chrome and Android two years back, and he’s made moves to bring the two working frameworks closer in that time. That incorporates including backing for Android applications within Chrome OS. In spite of the fact that backing is still constrained, some Android applications are up and running on Chromebooks. Google additionally uncovered a convertible Android tablet a month ago, called the Pixel C. Presently, it appears as though that is only an early indication of what’s to come.
Update 7:40PM: We’ve updated the article’s headline to be more accurate. A Google spokesperson has confirmed to The Verge that both Chrome OS and Android will continue to exist; Chrome OS is not being “killed.”