Google Earth is rolling out its desktop computer version of its cloud computing platform.
The latest version of Google Earth for Windows, which is now available in the Google app store, is available to download and install.
The desktop computer can handle up to 12 virtual desktop PCs, and the company claims it can handle more than 2,000 virtual desktop computers at once.
Google Earth Desktop Edition, as the new Google Earth PC is known, comes with Google’s popular desktop browser, Chrome.
Google is offering a free trial of Chrome for Windows PC to users who download and try the Google Earth desktop PC version of Chrome.
In addition to the desktop PC, the Google desktop computer is also available for purchase for $79.99, which comes with a one-year subscription to Google Cloud Platform.
Google Earth for Mac OS X 10.9 Snow Leopard is now in the Mac App Store.
Google’s desktop computer for Mac can run up to 32 virtual desktop machines.
Google Cloud OS for Mac, which was first released in 2014, offers a virtual desktop server that can handle two virtual desktop servers.
In the new version of the Google OS, Google Earth Server for Mac supports up to two virtual servers and can handle 2,048 virtual desktop hosts.