It has already been four years since we’ve learned about Google’s mysterious project called Fuchsia OS. The company has been working on it behind closed doors, that’s why information regarding the project is limited. But what we know, Fuchsia is not Linux-based. Rather, it will use a microkernel called Zircon – which has massive and better scalability. It’s also unique because nobody really understands what the OS is for (yet). Add to it the fact that even those behind the project have all been remarkably coy since the beginning.