How to Install Chrome OS in Windows 7


All you want now’s a gadget operating Home windows, Linux or OS X with any of the virtualization instrument like VMware or VirtualBox put in to get Chrome OS working inside minutes.

The next information will can help you set up and run Google Chrome OS in VirtualBox below Home windows 7. VMware Computing device may also be used to put in and run Chrome OS VM in Home windows 7.


Step 1: Download and install the latest version of VirtualBox for Windows 7.
(download link is given below)

Step 2: Download .vmdk file for Google Chrome OS. (download link is given below)

Step 3: Start VirtualBox and click on “New” button. This will start a wizard that will help you create a new VM in VirtualBox.

Step 4: Name your VM “Chrome OS” and select “Linux” from Operating System dropdown menu, and “Other Linux” from Version dropdown menu.

Step 5: Assign your VM some Ram in megabytes. For this tutorial, I have allotted Chrome OS VM 512 MB of Ram.

Step 6: Now Select “use existing hard disk” option and select the .vmdk file of Chrome OS that you downloaded in Step 2.

Step 7: Click Next and finish the wizard.

Now simply click on the green colored “Start” button as seen in the screenshot above and wait for about 7 seconds for Chrome OS to boot up. You will need a valid
Google ID to login into the operating system.

Feel free to ask me any question should you run into any problem in getting Chrome OS VM to work under Windows 7.

Download Google Chrome OS .wmdk file 
Download VirtualBox for Windows 7

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