It'll actually be fun to see how this story evolves! Stay tuned! :)
"It's possible Google plans to distribute it to the general public, as a free alternative to Windows," wrote Register writer Ben King. Google representatives were not available for comment, but the company has in the past denied such rumors.
Speculation that Google was eyeing the desktop space has circulated for months. The search company recently released a package of desktop tools, including Google Talk, Google Desktop, Mozilla Firefox, and Trillian instant messenger.
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