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Only site that indicates the way it needs to be. Along side and NOT dual boot.

Theoretically this is already possible and wish Google would implement it how it can be done but make easier and more secure.

We have Crostini which enables the KVM on ChromeOS. You can boot a Windows ISO using the KVM on a "regular" GNU/Linux machine.

Once boot you can use remote desktop to connect to the Windows instance and you would then have ChromeOS, Android, GNU/Linux, and Windows.

Here is a tutorial on how to do it on gnu/Linux. Have not tried on my PB.

https://www.funtoo.org/Windows_10_Virtualization_with_KVM

One tutorial and there is several others.

I do NOT want true dual boot. That is NOT ideal. This method should also work with Fuchsia. Google already has equiv to KVM working on Fuchsia.
 

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Nice. I've felt that some Chromebooks are priced too high for the limited software they can run. Being able to add Windows would solve this problem.
 
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