Google Pixel Slate could allow you to dual-boot Windows 10 and Chrome OS

Google Pixel Slate (formerly known as "Nocturne") was a target of much anticipation as the expected release nears. 2-in-1 Chromebooks have the latest snippets from Rumor Mill that will support 2-in-1 Chromebooks.

As you've seen lately, there's been a lot of talk about using a dual-boot feature that looks like your Chromebook is heading to Google's Pixelbook and other Chromebooks. Pixel Slate now offers users the option to use Chrome OS as well as Windows 10.

9:05 Google found a Chromium commit for the & # 39; Nocturne & # 39; device. "Windows 10 will be the earliest BSOD during boot [with an error code]

Dual-boot now seems to be an option for pixel slate, but at this stage there is no concrete thing at all, as Pixelbook and Google mentioned, 2-in-1 products

] Whether or not Pixel Slate actually starts up and runs is another question, depending on how far away you are from when you implement dual booting.

Google's new hybrid is reportedly rumored on October 9th with a second Chrome OS device (which could be Pixelbook 2 – another candidate for dual-booting) with the Big Pixel 3 phone There was a run event.

Through speculation we will demonstrate a dual boot of Windows 10 in this event

Dual-boot systems are known for their ease of use and smoothness, but what they want is storage requirements and reports require a Chromebook with at least 40GB of free space (to match Windows 10 with Chrome OS) . This is one of the reasons why it's not available for low-spec Chromebooks.

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