Chrome: Google is reportedly ‘rebranding’ Chrome OS – Times of India

of google chrome The OS for most entry-level laptops has been the operating system, commonly called chromebook, It seems like Google It eventually plans to rebrand its desktop operating system by removing the space entirely from the name.
Now, the operating system is referred to as Chrome OS (two words) according to Google. However, there are instances where it is referred to as a single term ‘ChromeOS’.
Also, it has become a matter of debate among the users and it has also caused some inconsistency among the users. It looks like Google has finally decided to drop the space between Chrome and the OS, according to the new code change posted.
As per the details, the purpose of the new name change is to unify the name across the board. It will also bring the required stability to ChromeOS. However, it is not certain when Google will officially implement the change across the board, including the website and other documents.
Google explicitly referred to the operating system as ChromeOS (one word). The reason behind this would be to integrate and update Chrome OS into ChromeOS. This rebranding will also apply to Chromium Also ChromiumOS from OS.
According to the report, the new rebranding is not expected before Chrome OS version 102, which is expected to launch in May this year.