Google to bring Microsoft Office, other Windows apps to Chromebooks

Updated:1 year ago

New Delhi, June 18 (ANI): Google is partnering with software company Parallels to bring the Microsoft Office applications and other legacy enterprise Windows applications to Chromebooks. According to Mashable, Parallels has today announced that it will be bringing "full-featured Windows applications" to Chrome Operating System (OS) in partnership with Google. However, the ability to run Windows applications on that OS will be specific to Enterprise users. Google quietly hid the announcement in the way of a one-liner in a blog post about remote work, adding that it will share more information in the coming months. As per Parallels, the functionality will be made available to Chrome enterprise this fall.

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