Even though the big business rivalry between Google and Microsoft stops them from getting together, sometimes they have to forget the big competition and join hands. The current repairs might not clearly say how google and Microsoft are going to work, but for Chromebooks users, there is good news. Google is thinking of bringing Windows applications to Chromebook with the help of Parallels. Google’s product manager Cyrus Mistry said along with Chrome OS, they are going to introduce windows applications also on the Chromebooks. Parallels will provide the boot copy of Windows on Chromebook so that users can run Windows OS too.
Parallels have already developed such boot copy for macOS in which users have an option to run windows on MacBook. Parallels coherence feature allowed MacOS users to run both the operating systems without any problem, and now Google is going to use the same for Chromebook. People usually think that big tech companies can’t come together because of the rivalry. But, since the market is evolving, Google’s decision is going to be helpful for Chromebook users. Mistry talked about making this possible by working parallels since they have already done this for macOS, Linux, so it’s going to work for Google.
Users can enjoy both operating systems in one Chromebook, and that’s fantastic from their point of view. Google is trying to make the market more sustainable, and that’s why they are bringing windows OS on Chromebook also. The reports say Parallels desktop will be made available by the end of this year. So far, the response to Chromebook has been good, but users still want to see more features. Chromebook already recorded double the number of sales in the last year, so now they are trying to increase more customer base than they ever had.