Chrome OS to include remote desktop access?

06/13/2010 | ReadWrite

Google's forthcoming operating system, Chrome OS, reportedly will allow users to remotely to connect to their desktops when it launches for netbooks this year. "Chrome OS will not only be [a] great platform for running modern web apps, but will also enable you to access legacy PC applications right within the browser," Google's Gary Kačmarčík wrote in a message-board post that is quoted by this article.

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