Run Chrome OS on your PC


A Chromebook is a laptop or tablet running the Linux-based Chrome OS. Chromebooks are primarily used to perform tasks using the Google Chrome browser, with most applications and data remaining in the cloud rather than on the machine itself. However, users can access Google applications such as Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Keep, Google Drive and some other offline applications.

Chromebooks also come with a built-in local music player, photo editor, and PDF and Microsoft Office document viewer that work without Internet access. Google Play video content is also available offline using a Chrome browser extension. Although the capabilities of this operating system can not be compared with those of Windows, but it has a great advantage that makes it suitable for installation on older systems, it is very light and fast, and it is simple to use.  

In this case, we will use software called CloudReady from Neverware. The Home version is the free version of CloudReady, intended for personal use only by individuals. It offers the same experience as the paid ones but does not come with access to the support team and the Home Edition machines cannot sign in to the Google admin console. If you are running a computer running Windows 7 or later, we recommend that you download CloudReady USB Maker, which guides you through the process of creating a bootable CloudReady USB to avoid problems and save time. 

It should be noted, however, that the application does not include the ability to install the Google Play Store as is the case in various commercial versions of the product, however it allows you to run linux applications through the relevant option that you will find 

The machine you use to create the USB installer does not have to be the computer you intend to install CloudReady on, so even if you are a Mac or Chrome OS user, we recommend that you temporarily change your Windows PC to create CloudReady USB . For this process you will need a stick of 8-16 GB. From there, run CloudReady USB and follow the instructions.

If you have access to a computer running Windows 7 or later, we recommend that you download it CloudReady USB Maker. This is a tool that will guide you through the installation process on your stick.


Download it CloudReady USB Maker and follow these steps:



After completing the registration on your stick, restart your computer

Your computer will recognize the new operating system that will then ask you to select your language.


On the next tab, click, Let's start


The operating system will look to find your internet connection. Click your option, and in the case of wireless network, select your network and connect.


The next tab will ask you to enter your email and Google Account (email and password) to sign in.


You are now in a Chrome Os environment. From there, add the applications you want and browse the internet. It should be noted that the response speed even on a simple USB is amazing. However, if you wish you can install the operating system on your computer, 

by clicking on the installation icon you see 

In conclusion, you can use your new operating system without fear, running it from your stick,

However, if you decide to install it on your computer, you should know that the application will format and delete everything on your hard drive, so if you want to install it, do it on a second computer that does not you care if you lose your data.

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