Google is working on developing new OS called Fuchsia

Google is developing its new OS Fuchsia which is said to be replacing the Android and Chrome OS and was earlier tested on Pixelbooks earlier this year

By Sandeep Sarkar

    Google the tech giant is reportedly working on developing an all-new operating system which the company is calling Fuchsia OS. The Fuchsia OS which is said to be replacing Android and Chrome OS, was tested on Pixelbooks earlier this year.

    Google is working on developing new OS called Fuchsia

    Further reports from androidpolice suggest that every single OS which is developed by Google till date are based on the Linux kernel including Chrome OS, Android, Chrome casts. Linux has been powering Google hardware for quite some time now. However, the Linux kernel is not ideal for every situation. There's a massive ecosystem of operating systems designed for embedded hardware, and Google may be working on their own. This is where 'Fuchsia' comes in the picture. It will be interesting to see what all does the new OS Fuchsia has in store for us. We will keep you posted further with the updates related to the new OS which is being developed by Google. Stay tuned with us for further updates.

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    It is also being reported that a user can now experience the new OS themselves on a web-based third-party demo. Further, the demo also shows the OS and can also be accessed on both the user's smartphone and notebook. As there are no other apps to interact with, the demo gives a clear picture of how the new OS might look.

    Google is working on developing new OS called Fuchsia

    Also in one of our earlier articles related to Google, we covered that Google has rolled out the latest update for its Access checker tool which brings the smart-sharing feature to the tool. The smart-sharing feature suggests a user on who requires the access to the file they have shared. Google had made the smart-sharing option available for both the admin and an end-user. However, it will be up to the admin to who sees which options and who doesn't get to see the options. Read the complete story by clicking on this link.

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