Google Fuchsia OS Developer Website Debuts with New Details

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Google has been working on its mysterious Fuchsia OS for years now and today, the officials have come up with more details about Google’s new OS. Until now, we have received just limited details on this future browser. In fact, the giant has already created a great buzz on Social Media and other platforms regarding this future OS called Fuchsia.

Google has made this project up on GitHub and it’s been available for the testers to try out for the last two years. The experiment browser-based version of this future OS is available for the testers who can experiment with various features and functions of this new OS.

And now, Google has officially lifted the curtains from this browser and released an official website of it i.e. Fuchsia.dev. The website is live now with limited content and information on it for the common users. This is the company’s new developer website.

This is indeed some good news for the tech-savvy people who have believed that Google is still serious about this project. We are not sure about this browser and its features until now as the giant has not disclosed anything about it.

Currently, we have limited Operating Systems for both, Mobile and PC platforms. Android and iOS are top mobile-based Operating System while for the PCs, there are Windows, MacOS and Linux Operating Systems available. All these Operating Systems are based on Linux, Unix and Windows Core functions. In this competition, Google is making its ways with the new Fuchsia OS.

The website which is recently launched by Google features getting started guide and many other useful links to get started with it. You can also follow the basic instructions for running and testing apps on this OS platform. Everything is given there for the developers and testers which you can start following for yourself.

Well, Google has not officially confirmed anything about this new OS environment and whether it will be capable to run ChromeOS based apps or Android OS-based apps. Since Android and ChromeOS are products of Google, we might get to see its compatibility with both the OS. More details will be released soon by Google.

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