Designed as a replacement for the Linux kernel-based Chrome OS or Chromium OS operating systems, Black Lab Software’s upcoming NetOS distribution is using the same technologies that have been implemented in the Enterprise Edition of the Black Lab Linux OS.
That’s why it’s called NetOS Enterprise, and the first release is now in development, based on the upcoming Black Lab Enterprise Linux 8 operating system, which is also in heavy development these days. So as one might expect, NetOS promises to be a worthy replacement for Chrome OS or Chromium OS web-centric operating systems.
Being a web-centric operating system, NetOS includes dozens of Web Apps. Therefore, users will be able to access online services like Google Docs, Google Maps, Google Play Music, Gmail, Goole Apps for Business, Microsoft Office Online, Oracle Cloud Apps, Microsoft Azure, Slack, Apple iCloud, and Outlook Web Access.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht