Lightweight applications better suited to the PS2's 32MB of RAM include xv, Dillo, Ted, and Abi Word.
The default window manager is Window Maker, but it is possible to install and use Fluxbox and FVWM.
I noticed Windows 10 insists on automatically installing the "best" broken Asus touchpad drivers - even over my manually installed Synaptics ones! Another thing that worked for me - with the Synaptics OEM drivers for Win10 - was: 1) Uninstall Asus Support device - for me it showed up as PS/2 Mouse after reboot.
An 8 MB memory card is required; it must be formatted during installation, erasing all data previously saved on it, though afterwards the remaining space may be used for savegames.Download this troubleshooter: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930 3. 4) Then click "Browse my computer for driver software", and on the next screen click "Let me pick from a list..." 5) On that screen uncheck "Show compatible hardware" and you should see a Synaptics entry in the Manufacturer list. This was icing on the cake, so thanks a lot for this!Free open source code for games are available for download from PS2 Linux support sites.There is little difference between PS2 Linux and the Linux software used on the more expensive system ("Tool", DTL-T10000) used by professional licensed Play Station game programmers.