This is currently just an experiment (only for 64-bit enabled computers with at least 512 MB of RAM):
It just contains the most important things:
* A simple file manager and desktop (Linux based)
* A archive manager
* A text editor
* A browser
There is no security (PWs are the name of a program, you are interessted in ).
One network card is enabled (DHCP), if available.
A large amount of current hardware should be supported as it is based on the current openSuSE.
1) Burn it to CD and let GO run without installation.
A portion of RAM will be used for saving files, so you will only be able to test small sample sets. All changes will be lost at reboot.
2) Copy to USB stick and run it from there.
You need to properly copy it to the USB stick (the old contents will be completely deleted):
Changes are saved in the excess space of the USB stick.
It is not recommended to boot one USB stick on multiple computers as you will always have to reconfigure the interfaces.
When you boot the system, you can install it via Yast / Live Installer to your harddisk.
I'm waiting for your feedback.