Google is testing the mysterious Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook:It’s the mysterious working framework about which we know practically nothing, with the exception of that Google is currently creating it and has depicted it as an “exploratory undertaking” that isn’t supplanting Chrome OS or Android… in any event until further notice.
All things considered, we simply took in a something new about it – it’s being tried on the Google Pixelbook, the leading figure for Google’s Chromebooks. As Android Police detected, the workstation has been included to Fuchsia’s legitimate documentation the web, which demonstrates that in any event a few designers are playing around with it on the Pixelbook.
Chromebooks as a rule are adaptable gadgets, and it bodes well for Google’s lead PC to be utilized as a testbed for its cutting edge working framework, regardless of whether it’s not precisely clear what the entire purpose of Fuchsia is now.
What’s to come is Fuchsia
Google is screening its ace in the hole close to its chest until further notice the extent that Fuchsia is concerned, however from what we’ve possessed the capacity to assemble it sounds like the OS is being composed starting from the earliest stage in light of current equipment.
That implies it doesn’t need to manage more seasoned, heritage gadgets and programming code similarly that Android and Chrome OS may need to – and that thus should bring about a more slender, more proficient working framework. We’ve just observed some sign of what the completed item may resemble.
Concerning whether Google will stay with Fuchsia, no one knows: the organization may choose that the mix of Chrome OS with Android applications, much the same as on the Pixelbook as of now, is sufficient for clients later on.