Portable Browsers run really sloooowwww...
Small Linux Distros run relatively fast...
What's the difference, other than the 100 MB?
Small Linux Distros have a copy2ram function that copies the entire OS into the ram.
Portable Browsers do not.
Would it be possible to make a Portable Browser that copies the whole of itself into the ram to
- Further delay flash drive wear, and
- Make the browsers run faster
I guess not. Unless if somebody is up to the challenge (the whole reason I posted this in the first place :P).