Chromebooks are not your typical laptop. Google Chromebooks offer another alternative with the Chrome operating system or what we usually know as Chrome OS. This operating system is very light, fast, and safe for you to use for work or play. In addition to being integrated with all Google applications, Chrome OS can also run Android applications. Before you buy a Chromebook, you can try to get the experience of using Chrome OS by using a VMWare virtual machine. As we know, Chrome OS is developed from the open-source Chromium. Chrome OS is not available for download and is only available to Chromebook users. Instead, you can use Chromium OS which is the basis of Chrome OS. Chrome OS and Chromium OS have differences in some features. Such as support for Android applications and the Play Store which is only available on Chrome OS. Most of the development code between the two is the same, but Google doesn't share the code that is the mainstay of Chrome OS. Google closed the code meeting because it was part of a business strategy. Google wants you to buy its Chromebook. Neverware CloudReady Chromium OS Neverware CloudReady is a project that uses the Chromium OS code base and adds additional support to make it a useful operating system on non-Chromebook devices. You can install Chromium OS on a PC or laptop directly. The minimum requirements that Neverware recommends are: RAM: 2GB or greaterStorage space: 16GB or moreBIOS: Full administrative access, to boot from installer...