The new operating system “Fuchsia” from Google is available!
The long-awaited Internet giant Google New operating system called Fuchsiainstalled on the first consumer device, the first-generation Nest Hub, according to reports from 9to5Google, the operating system is quietly starting to roll out. Google’s work on the Fuchsia operating system first appeared in 2016, and the open source operating system manages to draw attention by not being based on a Linux kernel, but instead uses a microkernel called Zircon. Petr Hosek, Google technical director of the Fuchsia OS project, “A new operating system is not shipped every day, but today is the day” He shared a tweet.
On Nest Hub (originally released as Google Home Hub before renaming) Since the filing begins today, it is said that the entire publishing process can take several months. The new operating system, Fuchsia, will be phased out to users in the Preview Program before it is released more widely. We’ve known for some time that the OS has been tested on the Nest Hub, and more evidence of a release emerged earlier this month thanks to a Bluetooth SIG listing showing Nest Hub running Fuchsia 1.0.
While Nest Hub will replace the existing Cast OS with Fuchsia OS, 9to5Google notes that the experience is likely to be almost the same and most users are unlikely to notice the transition.
All of this raises the question of what exactly the Fuchsia operating system should accomplish. Google, to this “A production-level operating system that is secure, upgradeable, inclusive, and pragmatic” He says. We know that the OS can power laptops and smartphones later on (Google tested on the Pixelbook in 2018 and more recently suggested a solution on how it can run Android and Linux apps), but the Fuchsia OS is an Android OS or Chrome. to one. an altered version.
“Fuchsia is about pushing the cutting edge in terms of operating systems and what we’ve learned from Fuchsia,” Hiroshi Lockheimer, head of Android and Chrome, said cryptically in 2019. he said.