The folks behind gOS are trumpeting a new Cloud OS featuring a browser operating system that is installed along side of Windows, that allows users to have quicker access to basic functions without going through a full boot.
Note from the picture that this looks very similar to the Google Chrome Browser. Also notice that a dock featuring app icons is inside of the browser, which allows the user to run apps like Skype, a Media Player by opening them in new tabs, again very Chrome like. Supposedly users can also switch between the Cloud OS and Windows with just a click.
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