Instant WebKiosk is a suite of refined operating systems based on Linux Debian Wheezy and designed for use in web kiosks, multi-user "web workstations" (cafès, offices, schools, hotels, libraries, hospitals and so on) and digital signage deployments. Other (derived) systems for personal browsing experience are listed on Derived OS page.

PUBLIC WEB KIOSKS: WEB BROWSING on MULTI-USER WORKSTATIONS

PC version:

Instant WebKiosk/UB, Unrestricted Browsing, is designed for web kiosks and multi-user web workstations deployments. It's a "live"/installable browser-only operating system. See the home page.

Raspberry Pi version:

Raspberry WebKiosk is a port of Instant WebKiosk/UB designed for inexpensive web kiosks with the Raspberry Pi. It's the "fastest" browsing experience with the R-Pi you can find (if you can call it "speed" O.o). See the home page.

DIGITAL SIGNAGE: WEBPAGE / SLIDESHOW in a RESTRICTED VIEW

PC version:

Instant WebKiosk/EDS, Easy Digital Signage, is designed for digital signage deployments on (even diskless) PC hardware. It's a "live"/installable operating system which can handle both web and multimedia content: HTML pages, image slideshows and videos from Internet or LAN resources will be displayed in a restricted full-screen view. See the home page.

Raspberry Pi versions:

Raspberry Digital Signage handles both web and multimedia content: HTML pages, images and video slideshows from LAN or Internet resources will be displayed in a restricted full-screen view. See the home page for cheap and extremely powerful all in one digital signage solution with the Raspberry Pi.

Raspberry Picture Frame Slideshow is focused on quick-to-set-up image slideshows for the Raspberry Pi. Insert an USB key with actual images or URLs to remote ones and boot: the system will display a slideshow of them in a restricted full-screen view. See the home page for images slideshow digital signage (prefer this over RDS if you need image slideshows only).

Raspberry Video is focused on quick-to-set-up video slideshows for the Raspberry Pi. Insert an USB key with actual videos or URLs to remote ones and boot: the system will display a slideshow of them in a restricted full-screen view. See the project home page for video slideshow digital signage (prefer this over RDS if you need video slideshows only).