"Inspiration for it came in the form of Windows 8.1, with its ability to switch between a traditional desktop and the âMetroâ style fondle slab interface. Other goals were Chromebook like speed together with ease of use.
âBlueâ was the MS codename for Win 8.1, which hopefully it should leave trailing in the dust.
It is likely to polarise opinion and is based on Quirky Tahr version 6.05 k3-12-6. The install is to a USB2 or USB3 stick of at least 8GB.
By default it boots to the Metro interface but that behaviour is easily changed so that it boots instead to a standard desktop. The left hand Windows key is used to launch or re-launch the Metro interface. The right hand Windows key switches to the standard desktop as does the menu key."
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