January 30th, 2008

New gOS screenshots

Since you liked my first post about the gOS and the green pc, i’m goint to add a fresh set of screenshots so you can see better how the gOS looks. It sure got my eye. Just click on the pictures to see full size.

Notice: This gOS screenshots were gathered from the web, so they belong to their original copyright owners.


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You think that’s enough? No… here is more gOS screenshots.

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And if you think this is enough, dont worry i’ve got more gOS screenshots 🙂 …

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Yes and even more gOS screenshots

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I got these pictures from a chineese website. They say that these pictures represent screenshots from google os which i find kind of hard to believe. First of all Google is a big company and i think they don’t alow information leeks like this one. If they want to show us pictures or screenshots of the Google OS i am sure we will be hearing this from them, and not from some chinese website. And second, the pictures don’t look good at all, i dont think that Google will make such a bad looking OS. I am sure Google OS will look better than this, and i cant wait for it to be released. Here is the gOS screenshots below, tell me what you think about them

Google OS screenshots or just a big joke

Google OS screenshots or just a big joke

Google OS screenshots or just a big joke

Google OS screenshots or just a big joke

If you would like to see more gOS screenshots you should check the gOS screenshot’s article.

the Green PC Due to the holiday season up next the linux OS will get a great chance to become more popular than it is at Wal-Mart Stores. They were taking orders online Wednesday for a computer called the “Green gPC” that is made by Everex of Taiwan, costs $199 and runs Linux.

It will be available in about 600 stores, as well as online, Wal-Mart said. A comparable Everex PC preinstalled with Windows Vista Home Basic and more memory costs $298 partly because the manufacturer has to pay Microsoft Corp. for a software license, so I think people will like the new computer and discover the goods of linux.

Both computers come with keyboard, mouse, and speakers, but without a monitor. As you already may know Linux is developed and offered on a open-source basis by individuals and companies around the world.

It’s being used especially on servers because of its high stability on long term use. The variant of Linux on the gPC is called gOS and is derived from the popular Ubuntu variant. It’s mostly oriented toward Google’s Web sites and online applications, like YouTube, Gmail and the company’s word processing program, all of which can be used only when the computer is connected to a broadband line.

The PC comes with a dialup modem, but gOS doesn’t support it. So most users likely will get online using other ways. Google’s entrance to the OS market is relatively new and I think gOS will be a great chance for users who would like to move away from Microsoft and windows to something new and better.

Wal-Mart spokeswoman Melissa O’Brien said it is stocking the computer in about one in eight stores to test the demand for an open-source product. The gPC has a low-end processor from VIA Technologies, plus 512 megabytes of internal memory, an 80-gigabyte hard drive and a combination DVD drive and CD burner. Everex says the processor is very energy efficient, meriting the “Green” part of the name.

here is a screenshot of the gPC or you could call it a gOS screenshot:

gOS screenshot

Sources :

http://www.thinkgos.com

http://www.everex.com

http://www.walmart.com

Also if you would like to see more gOS screenshots you should check this article of mine.



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