Does the name Fuchsia OS sound familiar to you? Well, if you’re following the tech news since last year, this was the term that got significant importance as soon as Google announced it. Though things were undercover until August 2016, it became an open secret few months after being announced. Fuchsia is basically an open-sourced project and you may have gone through the early images of the possible interface of this OS. For now, we have come to know that Google has started testing its new Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook.
Google’s Latest Documentation
In Google’s latest documentation released this week, we were informed about the procedure of installing the Fuchsia OS on the company’s own Pixelbook laptop. Google took the safe way out and spoke about the OS in a calculated manner. Google’s VP of Android engineering spoke to Chrome Unboxed:
Fuchsia is an early-stage experimental project. We, you know, we actually have lots of cool early projects at Google. I think what’s interesting here is its open source, so people can see it and comment on it. Like lots of early-stage projects, it’s gonna probably pivot and morph.
Did You Get It?
Burke tried to keep it as simple as possible and have left us with a hell lot of unanswered questions. According to some of the analysts, even Google isn’t sure about the final goal and what to achieve through this OS. What we really want from Google, is an Operating System that goes equally well for Desktop PCs and smartphones, as there isn’t any mainstream OS serving the said purpose.