What is Webconverger?
Webconverger is a Linux-based operating system designed by Kai Hendry to be used solely for accessing web applications, first released in 2007. It is based on the Debian distro and is live, being able to boot from various media like a CD-ROM and a USB flash drive, and can be installed on a local hard drive. Webconverger is an open source project and has its own public git repository. Webconverger is pre-compiled to run on any x86 hardware so far. It does not have high system requirements and will also run on older machines.
From their website: "As you can see from the commit history of the rootfs, the system is not maintained, nor patched for a number of years. The product has been discontinued, and is no longer available for purchase."