Release Notes: This release adds a new configuration service to help users easily set up the software to their desired homepage. It marks a technical innovation whereby the binary rootfs is entirely within git, paving the way for future upgrades to be performed without large inefficient package downloads.
Release Notes: This release features Firefox 9, the ability to configure whether the browser has a URL bar, and many other enhancements.
Release Notes: The browser OS was updated to securely provide Firefox 7 and Flash 11. Broadcom firmware has also be added, allowing kiosks with such hardware to get online wirelessly.
Release Notes: This version offers Firefox 5, better support for old hardware, and more wireless firmware.
Release Notes: Webconverger is now based on Firefox 4 using Progress Linux enhanced Debian packages. This major release also includes an Adobe flash update and security improvements.
Release Notes: This release is based on Debian "squeeze" packages. Firefox 3.5.8 was updated to the latest stable release, 3.6.12. The boot animation has advanced from Splashy to Plymouth. Parallel booting was made faster thanks to Debian Live’s live-boot and live-config.
Release Notes: The Firefox browser and Flash were updated. ISO HYBRID images are supported, so separate USB and ISO images are no longer needed.
Release Notes: Some bloat was removed. Firefox was updated. The kernels were reverted to support 486 processors to improve old and cheap hardware support.
Release Notes: Adobe Flash has been updated to fix a slew of security issues. GRUB has been dropped in favor of a simpler and less bloated boot loader.
Release Notes: A spelling support bug has been fixed. This release is 686 only, and might not run on older computers, but you should enjoy a small speed increase on newer PCs.