I ordered the live dvd off ebay. I am on metered wifi so too expensive to download the iso myself. Anyway booted it on my ancient desktop as a live dvd. Well I had actually gotten it to try on my netbooks since it has even newer linux kernel than version of Sparky I have. But cant boot from dvd on them. Wanted to see if any further improvement of hardware support on the netbooks. Ok, once booted, tried Chrome browser and Firefox. Chrome actually lot faster than I expected. But its extensions kinda suck compared to Firefox extensions. Amazing amount software included. All compressed. Anyway desktop option to install live version to a usb flash drive with further option to include file to save settings and any created files during a session. So they are there next time you boot. Fine. I pop in a 8gb flash drive. And it does its thing. I opt for leftover space to go to the save file. Reboot, this time from the flash drive. Faster boot than from dvd by several magnitudes. Boots on my desktop with traditional bios. And boots on the Lenovo netbook with the UEFI-only bios. Thats a truly neat trick. Thats with Secure Boot turned off of course on the UEFI computer. It also has the option to boot with 32bit or 64bit kernel. I think you can do traditional full install if you so desire, though Knoppix designed for live boot so not sure what the point would be of a full install.