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Webian Shell

Webian Shell is an open source prototype full-screen Web browser you can use on any device that doesn't need to run a desktop. It is basically a graphical shell for the Web as it provides a full screen environment that works like a Web browser but with a minimal interface. It is best suited to users who do most of their PC activities online using a Web browser.

Webian Shell is built on Mozilla Chromeless and is available for Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems.

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