Google is certifying the laptops of its Chromebook brand as computers with high levels of computer science.
The company has been doing this for years, but now it’s starting to see the Chromebooks of the future take the lead, with the certification now showing up in some Chrome OS builds.
The certification comes in three forms, Google said in a blog post today, and will be offered for purchase at some point in the future.
Google also offered some insights into the certification process, showing how it works and why it matters.
Google said it is certifiers, not certifications.
Google says the certifications are intended to allow users to determine if their computer is compatible with their business or personal needs.
Google said it will be offering the certification at the beginning of 2018.
“For years, we have looked for the best computer on the market, and today, we’re proud to say that Chromebooks are the best computers for everyone,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai in a statement.
“As we continue to develop the world’s most popular operating system and our apps across a wide range of devices, we’ll continue to support the Chrome brand and its great people, and offer Chromebooks to anyone.”
The company is already offering a certification program for Google Glass, and Chrome OS.
Google is offering Chromebooks in the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), which means the company is using Google’s own cloud infrastructure.
Google has also been using the GCP since 2016 to offer Chrome OS to Chromebooks.
“We are now a certified GCP platform, which means that we offer the Chrome OS OS ecosystem on a certified, certified GPS network and we have certified Google Glass to the GCS network,” said the company.
Google will be testing Chromebooks this fall, as well.