CloudReady is an operating system designed to basically turn your existing PC into a Chromebook. Launched in 2015, CloudReady makes it easy to replace Windows with an operating system based on Chromium OS (the open source version of Chrome OS). But now you can also create a dual-boot setup on some computers, allowing you to switch between Windows and CloudReady/Chromium when you turn on the PC. Home users can download and install CloudReady for free, but the developers at NeverWare are also offering paid education and enterprise versions of the software, which will work with Google Management Console service, support automatic updtes, and include technical support services. For now, the dual boot version of CloudReady requires a relatively recent computer with UEFI firmware, at least 32GB of available storage space, and Windows 7 or later. Legacy BIOS, earlier versions of Windows, and OS X and Linux aren’t officially supported, although it may be possible to get the software to run on computers with those types of firmware and/or operating systems. Read More CloudReady sounds like a good operating system for people who need a very lightweight operating system for quickly browsing the web. The 32GB of free space requirement for CloudReady seems pretty high since there are some Linux OS which only require 10GB or less free space. I feel Puppy Linux, Tiny Core Linux, and Lubuntu would be better for dual-booting Windows and Linux because of their lower free space storage requirement. The UEFI firmware requirement also makes CloudReady not compatible with most older computers which still use BIOS setups, so older PCs can't use this OS. Users who already have a newer Windows PC would probably just install the Google Chrome or the open sourced Chromium web browser to use most of the features of Chrome OS within Windows.