Splashtop Quick-Boot OS Available For Anyone (To Try, At Least)

Windows: Splashtop, the fast-booting OS that gets you onto Wi-Fi and into Chromium ASAP, has a new beta release out that, while only designed to run on certain HP systems, can be installed by any Windows user and chosen at boot-up time.So, that’s the deal: Splashtop is still mostly a pre-installed system chosen by PC manufacturers, but if you happen to have the right hardware combination, you can boot it up yourself and get a kind of Chrome OS experience, without having to buy separate hardware (or rely on Google’s good graces).

Splashtop installs through Windows, and requires about a 350MB space to run.

Splashtop OS

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