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Ubuntu Web: Comes to replace Chrome OS

As a result, becoming a videomaker's mission is to bring all people closer to the world of video. Today, Internet is a very big part of our daily lives. Aside from easy information retrieval and communication, users can do many things simply by opening a browser. For the same reason, the built-in Chrome OS in Google Chrome is now one of the most popular operating systems on the web. However, the new Ubuntu Web will be released soon, aiming for the first place in the list of web operating systems.

Although Chrome OS is based on Linux kernel, the operating system is only available for its devices Google, such as the Chromebook. However, the new ubuntu Web will be compatible with many of the known devices, regardless of brand and operating system.

The new operating system is a project that aims to replace Chrome OS, associating the power of ubuntu with the great compatibility of Mozilla Firefox. According to system creator Rudra Saraswat, the Mozilla can be installed on any modern computer, and thus offer easy access to the new operating system.

In addition to Ubuntu Web, the young developer has announced two other operating systems - Ubuntu Unity Remix and Ubuntu Education (UbuntuEd).

Ubuntu Web: Comes to replace Chrome OS

However, at present users do not know many details about Ubuntu Web. According to the public, the operating system will contain a very light interface, so that it is compatible with all our devices. On the other hand, Allan Carvalho, a member of the operating system development team, announced that Ubuntu Web will be a complete operating system that can easily replace Chrome OS.

It is important to note that Ubuntu Web is not the first operating system that aims to replace its operating system Google. A little earlier, there were others in cloud-based operating systems such as Apricity OS and Cub Linux, which targeted the location of Chrome OS.

Unfortunately, none of the above systems are being developed today, and there are no alternatives to Operating Systems on the web. For the same reason, there is a good chance that Ubuntu Web will become the most popular web-based operating system since its release.


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