asking About Ncomputing device "(not working)

Sep 25, 2019 11:39AM PDT

i want to know the compatibility of ncomputing device
i am using it with laptop window 7 , RAM 4GB, but its not working .
Please help me out and tell me the requirement of this device for using dual screen.

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It's a "Client" device
Sep 25, 2019 12:00PM PDT

That means it is intended to connect to a server, which has an operating system for the user on the server, of which he is a client, and everything happens in this virtual system on the server, and stored there. It's entire "operating system" is typically ONLY to allow connection to this server, where it's programming is stored, and all operations from programs on data actually occur on the server itself. The server is the "host" for the "client" who connects to it. Typical uses might be in a school system, but could also be used in certain businesses. A more common term for it is a 'Thin Client' although they seem to call it a "Zero Client".

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This will run on it, "Chrome OS"
Sep 25, 2019 12:38PM PDT

Helps if you know how to use linux type commands to create a bootable version onto a USB flashdrive, and then use that to install to the memory drive on the device.

Also some small linux distros can be used on it, should be light weight, and MUST be compiled to run on ARM type processors. Many of the small footprint linux distros do have ARM CPU capable systems.

At least it has USB ports, which means you can make it more formidable using a larger USB flashdrive like a 64GB size to install a system onto, have the device BIOS set to boot from it.

Any system that runs on a Raspberry Pi from linux will work on it too. Red Hat Linux has a Fedora ARM capable distro that might run on it, but probably not direct from it's inbuilt flashdrive, but from a USB flashdrive with more room on it.
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Re: H2W23AA
Sep 25, 2019 12:05PM PDT
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this is how i am using
Sep 25, 2019 12:51PM PDT
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So is the tense right (English) here?
Sep 25, 2019 4:20PM PDT

In this post you write you can use dual screen via this device.

Is that just poor English or is it not solved?

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