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Chrome OS is a lightweight operating system developed by Google, primarily designed for Chromebook devices. It is based on the Linux kernel and primarily revolves around the Google Chrome web browser. Chrome OS is known for its simplicity, speed, and security. It focuses on cloud-based computing, with most applications and data stored and accessed through the Chrome web browser and cloud services. Chromebooks running Chrome OS offer a streamlined user experience, automatic updates, and integration with Google services such as Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Docs. With its emphasis on web-centric usage and cloud-based productivity, Chrome OS provides an efficient and secure computing environment for users who primarily rely on web-based applications and services.