The Webconverger project, an evolution of the hybrid client for deployments in places like offices or Internet cafes where only web applications are used, is now at version 11. Webconverger 11
comes with some necessary updates, and a logo and site design made by Patric Schwarz.
The most important change in Webconverger 11 is the new Mozilla Firefox 9.0 web browser, keeping in line with all the distributions that choose to upgrade their default browser to this version.
Also, users have now the ability to change the Google Chrome web browser's settings during boot, and the Firefox Webconverger extension received several enhancements.
Webconverger 11 benefits from quieter boots, comes with a few security tweaks to make the control script harder to override, and the networking interface naming bug was fixed.
Download Webconverger 11
right now from Softpedia.