• DONE - Google Extinguishes 'Campfire' Dual-Booting Windows 10 on Chromebooks

    2 monthes ago - By Tom's Hardware

    Code changes in Chromium show that Google has deprecated Project Campfire, an initiative that would have brought the ability to dual-boot Windows 10 on Chromebooks.
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  • 10 Worst Windows 10 Annoyances and How to Fix Them

    2 monthes ago - By Laptop Mag

    Windows 10 is the most powerful and versatile PC operating system around, but even the best platform has its fair share of frustrating features. From automatic Windows updates that reboot your compute...
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  • Google Scraps Plans To Allow Windows On Chromebooks

    2 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Google's plans to bring Windows dual-boot compatibility to at least one device operating on its Chrome operating system appear to have been brought to an end, based on a recently spotted change to the Chromium Gerrit. The changes center around "Alt OS," the codename given to the feature previously known as "Project Campfire."
    More directly, Googlers have introduced new commits over recent days that begin removing not only the UI related to the dual-boot functionality - starting with interfaces to make picking either Chrome OS or Windows easy. They've also added a commit to 'deprecate Alt...
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  • Google likely cancels project designed to allow Chromebooks to dual-boot Windows 10

    Google likely cancels project designed to allow Chromebooks to dual-boot Windows 10

    2 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    Google may be pulling the plug on ‘Project Campfire', which would have given Chromebooks the ability to dual-boot windows. This news comes after About Chromebooks outlined code removals on Chromium. A Reddit user noticed the code removal on May 14th. It suggests that Google has cancelled the project, as it has been listed as ‘deprecated' within the code. The cancellation isn't too surprising considering that the project hasn't been mentioned since last year. Google also never mentioned the project directly. It would have been difficult to carry through because it would have required 40GB...
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  • Install Windows on a Chromebook in 2019: Campfire dead, what still works?

    Install Windows on a Chromebook in 2019: Campfire dead, what still works?

    2 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    Early indications on Google developer code commits suggest that the early Project Campfire dual-boot solution are dead. They'll be winding down the program immediately. Now it's time to speak about what we'll be able to run instead. We begin with one very helpful sort of keyword: Chrulrabook. In August of 2018, a light shone in the darkness. It was called...
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  • Google snuffs out its WIndows 10 dual boot, Project Campfire

    2 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    Last year, it was leaked that Google was doing work on something called Project Campfire. Project Campfire would enable Chromebooks to dual boot Windows 10 and Chrome OS. For Google's Chromebooks, this would open them up to more uses by way of providing access to the full Windows app suite without losing access to Chrome...
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  • Chromebooks may not get dual-boot Windows support after all

    2 monthes ago - By Liliputing

    Remember last year when developers started to notice a feature in Google's Chromium OS code that suggested one day you might be able to dual-boot Windows and Chrome OS on the same computer? Yeah, it looks like that's not coming anytime soon. Not officially anyway. A recent update to the Chromium Gerrit shows that the...
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  • Google shelves feature that would let Chromebooks dual-boot Windows 10

    Google shelves feature that would let Chromebooks dual-boot Windows 10

    2 monthes ago - By Windows Central

    Google has poured water on "Project Campfire," a feature that would have allowed Chromebooks to dual-boot Windows 10.
    What you need to know
    Google has deprecated "Project Campfire," according to comments and code removals in Chromium.
    The feature, which was first spotted in development last year, would have allowed Chromebooks to dual-boot Windows 10.
    Google was previously spotted working on getting Windows 10 certification for its flagship Pixelbook .
    Google appears to have ended work on "Project Campfire," a feature that would have allowed Chromebooks to dual-boot other operating...
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