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Google chrome osPresentation Transcript

1. Google Chrome OSMembers:Ronald Pereira 3. CARACTERISTThe website and aplications load quickly.The google Chrome os can edit pdf, files and images.Google Chrome Os will be free and based on Linux.The Google Chrome has faster os.Google Chrome is a open source.The software architecture is simple.Google Chrome OS is a new Project, separate from Android.Google work exclusively with web applications.Google Chrome os is a Linux based operating system.Google plans to create a service called Google Cloud Print.

4. 11. Her user interface take a minimalist approach, resembling that of the chrome web browser.12. Secondary tasks would be handled with panels.13. The user interface is minimal to stay out of your way, and most of the user experience takes place on the web.14. Google chrome running within a new windowing system on top of a Linux Kernel. 15. The operating system that initially be targeted at netbooks.16. we`re designing the os to be fast and lightweight, to star up and get you onto the web in a few seconds.17. All web based applications will automatically work and new appli- -cations can be written using your favorite web technologies.

5. 18. The Windows manager handles user interaction with multiple client windows much like other x windows managers. 19. Google will integrate a media player into both Chrome OS and the Chrome browser, enabling users to play back MP3s, view JPEGs, and handle other multimedia files while offline.20. Since Google Chrome OS is aimed at users who spend most of their computer time on the Internet, the only application on the device will be a browser incorporating a media player.

Introduction To Google Chrome Os FinalPresentation Transcript

1. Introduction to Google Chrome OS Saurabh Jinturkar 3127 Guide Mr. Nilesh Patni

2. Contents What is OS? Google Chrome Browser Android Chrome OS: Introduction Architectural Overview Features Further Development Advantages Limitations References

3. What is OS? Program designed to run other programs Main Roles : IO management Processor management File management Memory management

4. Market Position Till today 58 stable standard OS released Most of them have GUI and Network connectivity. Windows Operating Systems share most of the Market

5. Chrome Browser First Microsoft Windows Beta release : 2 September 2008 ; Stable release : 11 December 2008 39 times faster Java script than Internet Explorer HTML 5 and CSS3 Support Available for All major Platforms More than 40M users now 11.60% usage market share in Feb10

6. Android Mobile operating system Built on Open Linux Kernel Provides a better platform for smartphones Captured 11% smartphone usage market world Developers can create rich applications to provide more relevant user experience

7. Google Chrome OS : An Internet OS Tim OReilly defines: simply use our facilities, and the complexity will go away thing is Internet OS. Extension of Chrome Browser and Android Targeted for use on Netbooks First OS dedicated to Internet

8. Chrome OS : Closer Look Chrome browser mounted on Linux Kernel Browser based OS Created specially for computers of new age More speed.. More Simple.. And more secure..

9. Simplicity Just a browser with tabs Requires Google ID to log in Customizable as per users requirement

10. Speed Traditional OS Google Chrome OS = 7 Seconds of Boot time 3 Seconds of Log in time Boot processes

11. Security Small list of verified programs : signed and verified before each use Run in secured sandbox mode File System is Locked down : Read only Root File System in EEPROM Self Automatic updates for entire OS

12. Security Applications have permission same as user Can communicate with each other easily Web application have limited permission They are treated as untrusted apps and run in Encapsulated environment Traditional OS Chrome OS

13. Security Data is stored in cloud Data is always synced with cloud to avoid data loss Cache data is Encrypted using image file per user which is locked and encrypted

14. Malware Security Digital Signatures are provided for every firmware update If malware found System recovers itself to clean image

15. Running Applications on Chrome OS Only web applications are supported User can save favorite applications in Application tabs Environment designed to minimize gap between web apps and system apps. Web Apps have permission to use Graphical resources, threads, Real time communication

16. Multiple Workspaces Based on Linux : supports Multiple workspaces New browser as a workspace can be opened

17. Persistent Window Feature provided for Media player, Chatting service Persistent Window = Minimizable independent Panel

18. Other Features Supports external Memory Devices Ex. SD Card Explores external devices in Chrome Browser itself Embedded Video Player is provided as a feature of HTML 5 Videos are played as separate tab Chatting feature is readily available V8 JavaScript engine is used to increase browser speed

19. More Features Chrome OS is hardware dependent currently supports x86 and ARM architecture Developer mode is included with a switch mode button Developer mode allows developer to install their own builds of Chrome OS

20. Further Development Open Source project named Chromium is stared Open Source Communities are adding code to Chromium Google Developers and Open Source Developers are working on same tree for betterment of OS Google is working with OEM to make Google Chrome OS machines available in market at the end of this year Expected that Chrome OS and Android will converge together

21. Advantages Free, Open Source : Lots of opportunity for developers Low hardware cost New web based applications need to be User friendly

22. Limitations Hardware specific No physical data storage Does not support Microsoft Office Virtual Private Network(VPN) software can not be used for secured data transfer

Chrome osPresentation Transcript

1. 2. Operating System One kind of software that controls the overall operation of a computer

3. Some famous operating system Unix, Sun Solar Linux: Ubuntu, Redhat Microsoft Windows Apple Mac OS X Google Chrome OS

4. Google chrome os Google Chrome Operating System is a new invention by search engine giant Google. Google Chrome Operating System is an open source , lightweight Operating System. That will initially targeted at net books . Its based on Google's Chrome Web Browser and Linux Kernel. Google Chrome OS is being created for people who spend most of their time on web.

5. The firmware contributes to fast boot time. System-level software includes the Linux kernel Window manager handles user interaction with multiple client windows Architecture

6. Hardware support Initially intended for secondary devices like netbooks. Run on hardware incorporating an x86 or ARM-based processor. Consumes one-sixtieth as much drive space as Windows 7.

7. Chrome OS netbooks to range from US$300 to $400 . Ship with closed source operating systems. Hardware manufacturers and retailers will set their own prices for the devices.

8. Features Speed Sync Updates Security Connectivity Web apps 9. Speed Booting time is 10 second Your favourite websites can load quickly.

10. sync All your apps, documents, and settings are stored safely in the cloud. So even if you lose your computer, you can just log into another Chrome notebook and get right back to work.

11. Connectivity Integrated Wi-Fi for home and work, and 3G for all the places in between. 100MB of free 3G data every month on the Verizon Wireless network. Affordable data plans with no commitment required.

12. Security Going online doesn't have to be scary. Chrome notebooks use advanced technology to help prevent malware and viruses from accessing your data.

13. Updates The web evolves rapidly. Your Chrome notebook evolves with it. Every time you turn it on, it upgrades itself with the latest features and fixes.

14. Apps Every Chrome notebook runs millions of web apps, from games to spreadsheets to photo editors. Try the latest apps from the Chrome Web Store or just type URLs into the address bar - no CDs required .

15. Chrome Web Store Visit the Chrome web store to discover amazing apps, extensions, and themes. Browse the latest apps in:Productivity ,games,communication,news

16. Other features It has fast access bar to browser, messenger, personal email and shows popular websites including games It Offers free listening to online radio and unlimited mp3s and social networking sites like facebook,orkut,myspace,twitter ,Allows for the addition of sites of interest. Google Chrome OS is runs web applications using Kernel and stores URLs temporarily.

17. This is the Desktop of chrome Operating system 18. This operating system is entirly different as we compare it to current OS. It is working based on the principle of cloud computing storing every data in the internet rather then st orin g in your hard disk. Accessing sites like twitter,youtube,gmail,flickr,google docs,orkut,maps etc will be easier than ever.

19. Windows vs chrome os Microsoft windows Paid Virus problems Slow booting Using 90% world wide Need good hardware to work Need rather high system h/w Chrome os Open source Build in Linux kernal thus no virus Faster booting Application softwares are preinstalled A wide community to support Works on low system hardware

20. References http://www.google.com/chromeos http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Chrome_OS

21. Thank You A Web crawler starts with a list of URLs to visit, called the seeds. As the crawler visits these URLs, it identifies all the hyperlinks in the page and adds them to the list of URLs to visit, called the crawl frontier. URLs from the frontier are recursively visited according to a set of policies. The large volume implies that the crawler can only download a limited number of the Web pages within a given time, so it needs to prioritize its downloads. The high rate of change implies that the pages might have already been updated or even deleted. The number of possible crawlable URLs being generated by server-side software has also made it difficult for web crawlers to avoid retrieving duplicate content. Endless combinations of HTTP GET (URL-based) parameters exist, of which only a small selection will actually return unique content. For example, a simple online photo gallery may offer three options to users, as specified through HTTP GET parameters in the URL. If there exist four ways to sort images, three choices of thumbnail size, two file formats, and an option to disable user-provided content, then the same set of content can be accessed with 48 different URLs, all of which may be linked on the site. This mathematical combination creates a problem for crawlers, as they must sort through endless combinations of relatively minor scripted changes in order to retrieve unique content. As Edwards et al. noted, "Given that the bandwidth for conducting crawls is neither infinite nor free, it is becoming essential to crawl the Web in not only a scalable, but efficient way, if some [4] reasonable measure of quality or freshness is to be maintained." A crawler must carefully choose at each step which pages to visit next.