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Rumors of Google working on adding an option to dual-boot Windows 10 on its Chromebooks have been around for almost a year, but it appears that the dream may be dead. Google is reportedly deprecating all of its “Alt OS” code for the dual-booting feature, as spotted by Reddit user crosfrog (via Android Police).
Word of the dual-boot feature — said to be called “Project Campfire” internally — was reported by XDA Developers back in 2018, and an August report indicated that the feature was actually fairly far along and was headed toward a public release. While it’s unclear why exactly Google killed the project, it seems that storage size was a factor: Windows would have taken at least 40GB of…