Back in the Windows XP days I used to have my PC set up as close as possible to a terminal to the Internet. I had no icons on my desktop (had disabled them from the desktop's Properties), no Recycle Bin (had disabled it from the registry), no wallpaper, no Start Menu/Task Bar (had chosen the option for it to remain hidden until a mouse cursor hovers over it) and had put Firefox.exe in the Startup folder, and prioritized it via msconfig, so that once the computer is powered on, it takes no more than 20 seconds and no extra clicking before I am presented with my Firefox's Google Search home page with a blinking text cursor line, asking me "Where to next?". It was as close as you could tweak Windows XP to a terminal to the Internet as you could get.
I am just wondering, is there, and if so, which, Linux distribution resembles a Terminal to the Internet like this right out of the box with no further configuration? I don't need a desktop and other such storing capabilities. Just a plain Terminal that is directly and solely used to log on the Internet and do all your work there via the cloud or other services. The ultimate browsing machine. Have you guys heard of such?
Edited by Just_One_Question, 21 July 2017 - 07:06 AM.