Google shelves feature that would let Chromebooks dual-boot Windows 10

Google appears to have ended work on “Project Campfire,” a feature that would have allowed Chromebooks to dual-boot other operating systems, such as Windows 10 and Linux. From what little was seen of Project Campfire in Google’s prior code commits, it appeared the feature would have worked much like Apple’s Boot Camp. As first reported by About Chromebooks (via 9to5Google), Google recently marked AltOS, as the feature was known, as deprecated in comments and code removals. Multiple operating systems could be installed on a Chromeb… Google was previously spotted working on getting Windows 10 certification for its flagship Pixelbook. What you need to know

Google has deprecated “Project Campfire,” according to comments and code removals in Chromium. Google has poured water on “Project Campfire,” a feature that would have allowed Chromebooks to dual-boot Windows 10. The feature, which was first spotted in development last year, would have allowed Chromebooks to dual-boot Windows 10.