The Neverware company has released an operating system in the cloud called Cloudready, this system is responsible for facilitating the installation of Chromium OS, Google's cloud operating system, which had installation difficulties in common equipment because Google does not provide information in this regard.
Cloudready manages to install a version of Chromium OS solidly on our pc, a version that does not give errors and that optimizes computer resources to the maximum.
Thanks to the Neverware initiative, Chromium OS systems can be installed with Cloudready on low-resource computers, which have been orphaned after the end of Windows XP support (although they could also install other Linux distributions such as Lubuntu or Puppy Linux).
This project was originally developed for the education sector, in which they provide user licenses to school computers, thus ensuring that schools with less funds can provide their students with decent computers. However, they have released a free version available for download anywhere, but eliminating some features of the version for schools, which is exclusive.
However, this system has some drawbacks, in the first place, it is not compatible with 64 bits, which, leaving aside the problem of the year 2038, cannot be liked by many users. Later does not have live CD modeTherefore, in order to test it, we must install it on our computer (although we can always use the benefits of VirtualBox to test it).
If you want to download this system, go to project websiteHere, if you click on the download option now, the image will be downloaded directly in a compressed file. You also have documentation available on it. For the installation follow the instructions in the video that I have posted above from the page where it is explained in detail and step by step.