Chrome OS ISO Download

Last Updated on September 8, 2023 by Humera Hallari

Chrome OS is an operating system made by Google that was developed to be used on devices with low specs. Chrome OS is almost similar to the Android operating system, apps installed by default on Chrome OS include Google Chrome Browser, Playstore, and several other apps built in from Google. You can still install other applications through the Playstore provided by Chrome OS.

Advantages of Chrome OS

Chrome OS is claimed to be virus-free so users will be safe from the interference of many computer viruses such as those found in Windows. In addition, Chrome OS is also very light to be used on various devices such as Laptops / Computers although with low specs. Chrome OS can also be installed by other applications via PlayStore. Chrome OS is free, and free to use for as long as we want.

Disadvantages of Chrome OS

For those who are used to using Windows, it is necessary to adjust again to be able to use Chrome OS’s built-in applications. Chrome OS certainly does not support used for popular applications contained in Windows, but of course, there are still many other application alternatives that may be similar to Windows OS. In addition, Chrome OS is usually only suitable for certain circles.

Chrome OS ISO Download

You can download Chrome OS through the following link.

Developer: Google
Website: https://www.google.com

Chrome OS Quick Install guide

To install Chrome OS you need to run Linux first. Here we bundle using Linux Mint. You can create bootable media first, I recommend using USB and software like Rufus. Once you run the Linux Mint, you need to go to the “Computer > File System > cdrom > Chrome OS” folder, right-click on blank space and choose “Open in Terminal“. Then execute the following command:

sudo apt-get install cgpt pv
sudo sh install.sh

Type “yes” and hit “Enter” if asked.

Once you’re done installing you can restart your PC/Laptop and run Chrome OS that’s already installed. Don’t forget to unplug the USB bootable or the media you use to run the Linux Mint.

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35 thoughts on “Chrome OS ISO Download”

    • Hi linux mint just to run the chrome os file installer, we include chrome os file in the iso file, have you read this part on article?

      Once you run the Linux Mint, you need to go to the “Computer > File System > cdrom > Chrome OS” folder, right click on blank space and choose “Open in Terminal“. Then execute the following command:

      sudo apt-get install cgpt pv
      sudo sh install.sh

      Type “yes” and hit “Enter” if asked.

      You also don’t need to install the mint, just run it, there’s option to run mint without install them.

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      • It is not working, I opened the chrome os folder and ran the commands. It completed successfully. After restart, it says there is no os installed.

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      • Thanks again for your work, it works perfectly.
        You must format the disk in GPT before installation and then force the boot in EFI and that’s it 🙂

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    • Once you run the Linux Mint, you need to go to the “Computer > File System > cdrom > Chrome OS” folder, right click on blank space and choose “Open in Terminal“. Then execute the following command:

      sudo apt-get install cgpt pv
      sudo sh install.sh

      Type “yes” and hit “Enter” if asked.

      You also don’t need to install the mint, just run it, there’s option to run mint without install it.

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    • I wonder what’s so hard about understanding that the Linux Mint iso is just the start iso so you can install Chrome Os at all when there’s no system on the system disk at all.
      So it is much easier Iso boot Install routine in the said folder in the terminal start answer questions with yes and let run.
      in the end, only chrome is installed and Linux Mint was only used to boot into a bare system, as I said, in order to be able to install it.

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      • ok, so just to be clear.
        1) Create USB stick with Linux Mint
        2) Boot Linux Mint via the USB stick | installation not necessary
        3.1) Download the iso via Linux Mint.
        3.2) Create a folder on an available USB stick and copy the ChromeOS iso to the USB stick if downloaded from another PC | notebook.
        4) Access the iso in the folder where the iso is located.
        5) Execute the declared commands in the terminal.

        Is this correct ?

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      • there is an easier way, download Chrome os bin. and rename it in Chrome os.iso (it can be installed with any program, I made a bootable usb with the android phone, but it also works with rufus

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  1. ok, so just to be clear.
    1) Create USB stick with Linux Mint
    2) Boot Linux Mint via the USB stick | installation not necessary
    3.1) Download the iso via Linux Mint.
    3.2) Create a folder on an available USB stick and copy the ChromeOS iso to the USB stick if downloaded from another PC | notebook.
    4) Access the iso in the folder where the iso is located.
    5) Execute the declared commands in the terminal.

    Is this correct ?

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  2. Ok… now I get it too
    1) Create bootable USB stick with Rufus
    2) Boot from USB stick
    3) follow declared path
    4) Execute terminal commands

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  3. I’m running Hyper-V on Windows 11 and installed Linux Mint (via your download link) on a VM server.
    When I go to “Computer > File System > cdrom” there is no “Chrome OS” folder nor file. The cdrom folder is empty. Where do I find the install files voor ChromeOS?
    Hope you can help me.

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  4. Hello Jack. Great work. Installation has happened fluently on Lenovo T450s with empty 120G SSD. After that I have done a lot of trials and test and it is working fluently. Just one question – the Chrome OS image is for version 95xxxxx which is 1,5 years old. Can you find newer version to place inside the Mint? Or to give me link to newer one to install it.

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  5. When I type the command sudo sh install.sh
    I have the following message that appears: /dev/sda is not a valid disk name
    What should I do ?

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    • Open “install.sh” with xed
      Write in terminal the same line but replace “/dev/sda” with your drive. for me it was “/dev/mmcblk0”

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  6. do’t use this iso image file, this guys install malware into iso file so whenever you install then automatically malware install into your system and he can access your system, I decode his iso image

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  7. Hi
    I learned computer skills in 1998 (I’m 74) and installed various programs. Windows 10 floppy disks too.
    Sometimes worse, sometimes better, but it worked. BUT WHAT CHROMIUM REPRESENTS IS BIG SHIT

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  8. Hello,
    I may be much mistake but it seems that you just forgot to say BIOS must be UEFI.
    This is probably why people enconters problems.

    When installing with virtualbox don’t forget to tick the corresponding checkbox.

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  9. Thanks it works great ,but without internet it just wouldn’t work then I turned on internet and it worked , Now the latest Chrome os version that would be totally nice

    Reply

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