said by MxxCon: said by xirian:
For a senior, I think even Chrome OS would work well, if it wasn't for the fact it only comes on laptops. If she is currently just using MSN TV, then the Chrome browser with common pages/webmail on the screen when you open it / load a new tab would probably work fine.
Official ChromeOS is only on a few devices; however, there's always »chromeos.hexxeh.net/
With the new version, you can have bookmarks show up as icons on your desktop.
I looked the web site »chromeos.hexxeh.net/
1) Does this mean that Vanilla is something that you run to put the ChromeOS onto a USB drive,
and then you boot from that USB drive on a Windows PC, to get it to run as though it were a ChromeBook?
2) Is the Windows OS permanently overwritten by the Chrome OS, or does the Chrome OS just boot from the USB drive,
and if the USB drive is removed, and the PC is rebooted, it goes back to Windows?