Google recently announced that they are going to release a new operating system for their Google Chrome web browser. The name of the new operating system is "Google Chrome," and it will be available on a number of different devices, including smartphones, computers, tablets, and other web-enabled devices. The release date is not yet set, and Google has not yet disclosed a lot of information regarding Google Chrome. However, it is very likely that Google will release a version of the Google OS that works with Windows.
Google Chrome is currently the most popular Google product, and many people are very curious as to what this new operating system will offer users. Google Chrome uses the same general system software that makes Google's other products to run, so it is likely that the company is including the "Google Toolbar" program along with the Google OS. This toolbar will replace the current user interface, which currently is based around the Windows sidebar. However, there is no confirmation as to whether or not this new interface will be adopted by other Google products, or if Google will simply develop their own interface. Many people are wondering if Google will completely abandon the Windows sidebar in favor of using the Chrome menu, which may seem like a bad move, considering that the sidebar is an integral part of Windows. However, it may not be the best alternative, especially if Google can replace the sidebar with something more unique.
Google Chrome also offers a number of unique features. One feature that is unique to Google's OS is the use of the "tab" model instead of the more traditional "file" model. With the tab model, users can open multiple instances of a webpage without having to remember where they saved their last file. Another unique aspect of Google's new operating system is the use of the "card" model, which means that users can create a card for each web page that they wish to visit. This feature will allow web pages to be kept organized and searchable in just the same way as a traditional "cards" or "list" of cards.