“With Google Play and Android app support hitting Chromebooks, it’s now possible to run Windows applications/games on Chromebooks via CrossOver For Android, ” reports Phoronix. Slashdot reader grungy writes: The first Intel ChromeBooks have access to the Play Store now, and the Android version of Wine apparently runs on them… Pictures show the Steam client running, and a clip of a D3D game. Of course, the Play Store is only available on the ChromeOS developer channel so far, but that should change later this year. CrossOver for Android also hasn’t been officially released, but Thursday CodeWeavers’ president blogged excitedly that “we are staring at a Leprechaun riding on the back of a Unicorn while taking a picture of a UFO. We are running CrossOver through Android on a ChromeBook running a Windows based game launched from the Steam client. THIS HAS NEVER BEEN DONE BEFORE…EVER!!!” Read more of this story at Slashdot.
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Intel ChromeBooks Can Now Run Wine and Steam