Google Pixelbook may receive Microsoft Windows 10 certification
According to relevant WHCK (Windows Hardware Certification Kit) and HLK (Windows Hardware Lab Kit) information, Google confirms that it is trying to get Google Pixelbook to provide certification through Microsoft. HLK is used as part of the Microsoft Hardware Compatibility Program to demonstrate that hardware can supply with Windows. Obtaining hardware certification means that the user experience is guaranteed and includes a signing driver that can work properly.
A few weeks ago a new branch of the Google Pixelbook appeared, named Eve-Campfire (Eve is the codename for the Pixelbook), intended to launch an alternative operating system on the Google Pixelbook, but it was not clear what the operating system and uses were.
As the work progresses, developers have introduced some details to the outside world. We previously reported that developers are developing Windows 10. Now that you can run Windows 10 will provide new tools and equipment for developers on Google Pixelbooks, and it will be a massive addition to running Linux applications.
Now all eyes are on Google, see how they will announce this set of Google hardware and Microsoft software.
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