Chirp, a cloud-based alternative to Windows 10, was recently announced by Google as a new alternative to the company’s flagship OS.
The company has been looking to bolster the popularity of Chromebooks and has announced that Chirps OS will be available for Windows 10 PCs and laptops in late 2019.
Chirp’s OS will come with Chrome OS 10, which is based on Chrome OS 12, and features a more traditional touch-based interface, but the software also supports a variety of modern features.
These include Google Assistant, a voice-activated assistant built into the Chrome OS operating system, and the ability to control Chrome devices with the keyboard.
Chromebooks and Chromebooks-powered devices will be able to run both Chrome OS and Chrome OS-powered apps, with the former being a more powerful and capable version of the former.
Chromebooks can run Google Assistant on Chromebooks, but that will only be enabled for a limited time and will not work with apps from Google.
The other major change is the introduction of a new “Chirpy” voice-based assistant to Chrome OS.
Chrome OS and ChirpyOS will both be available as free upgrades for all current Chrome OS users starting with the new Chirppost OS.
You will also be able download the new Chrome OS version when it becomes available for purchase from the Google Store.
ChirpiOS, on the other hand, will only support Chrome OS devices when the free upgrade is released in 2019.
It will also only support ChirpxOS apps and will only run on Chrome devices when Chrome OS is being upgraded.
As a free upgrade, ChirppyOS will allow you to run any Chrome OS app, and Chromebook devices will support ChircpyOS.
However, Chromebooks will not be able run Chrome OS apps for the time being, with ChromeOS-based apps being limited to running on Chrome-based Chromebooks.
The Chirpinas new OS, however, will not require a new Chromebook to run, meaning you can still run your favorite apps on Chromebook devices.