5:03PM Wednesday 15 May
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. Read More »
69 Days Ago Rumors of Google working on adding an option to dual-boot Windows 10 on its Chromebooks have been around for almost a year, but it appears that the dream may be dead.
69 Days Ago Recent code updates posted in Chromium Gerrit indicate that Google has canceled Project Campfire, ending its plans to let Chromebooks dual boot Windows and Chrome OS.
69 Days Ago It appears Project Campfire, which was an initiative that was meant to enable Chromebook users the ability to boot Windows or Linux, is no more. AboutChromebooks reported the closure based on comments and code removals on Chromium that have make it very clear Google is no longer working on the project.
69 Days Ago Any sliver of hope Chromebook owners had for being able to dual-boot into Chrome OS and Windows has, well, flown out the window. The initiative behind this feature, dubbed "Alt OS" in the Chromium Gerrit, has been deprecated according to a recent commit.
69 Days Ago 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.
69 Days Ago Development work appeared to grind to a halt last December.
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