WebXperience OS is an operating system designed for personal secure Internet browsing purposes. It is an official fork of the successful Instant WebKiosk/UB tuned up for personal use (it is not suitable for multi-user environments or public kiosks like its parent project).
It is a "live" (no installation required because it boots from USB keys), browser-only (only the browser interface will show up) distribution of Linux Debian. After a reset the operating system defaults to original values: system modifies will be completely destroyed (it's a hacker-proof and completely secure system).
Only persistent settings are always preserved: network, localization, video, sound and printer configurations persist across reboots. Browser state (custom settings, extension, bookmarks, history and so on) can also be optionally saved by the user. A huge plus of this fork is that it is finally possible to save personal files into a hidden partition of the USB key.
WebXperience OS makes use of Google Chromium as Internet browser and it features Adobe Flash 11 support, PDF, images and video viewing, office files and compressed files support; it features full "i18n" (internationalization) including CJ input methods. It supports printing (plug&print for common USB printers) and both wired (with DHCP or static IP) and wireless networks in order to access the Internet. System parameters are set by an user-friendly web interface.
WebXperience OS is extremely light and particularly suitable for resuscitating your old PCs!
See download page for download.
See all Binary Emotions operating systems, including Raspberry Pi ports. You may be also interested in Safe Internet for kids, an operating system with all WebXperience OS features, plus content filtering for kids' and teenagers' web browsing.
Office file management, Japanese