Google unveiled Chrome OS in an event yesterday where they demonstrated the upcoming cloud-based OS for the first time in public. Source code of Chrome OS was also released which folks over at gdgt have compiled in a ready-to-install .vmdk file. All you need now is a system running Windows, Linux or OS X with any of the virtualization software like VMware or VirtualBox installed to get Chrome OS running within minutes.
Its only been a few hours since Google spilled the beans on their upcoming Chrome OS, and now we already have a fully working VMware image of Chrome OS ready for download. All you need is a system running Windows, Linux or OS X with VMware installed and you are good to go. For those of you who don't know, Google in an event yesterday, demonstrated the lightweight and open source operating system called Chrome OS for the first time.
Google has kept quite on the subject of Chrome OS since its initial announcement in July of this year, but apparently, an unstable version of Google Chrome OS Browser from Google Chrome OS Build 28902 has been leaked by Jonathan Frederickson of Living in a Google World, and is now available for download. The version number of the leaked browser in question is 18.104.22.168 which is an integral part of Chrome OS Build 28902.