So I have an idea that you might be interested in. For a couple of years I have been playing with the idea of a special OS that runs on PC hardware, from USB flash drives. This is similar to the idea of having a Linux system that you can boot up and run from a USB flash drive. However this system is a special OS that is like windows but is designed for only running games off line or on-line that use the internet. How does it work? In the native OS of the computer, in this case Windows, all you do is copy or install GMS games to a USB flash drive to a directory where the special OS will recognize them for access when its booted up. After copying the files over to the flash drive, you shut down your computer and the windows OS. (Your USB flash drive is still connected to the computer.......) Now normally ,I will assume this USB flash drive in this case is not connected, but in this case you have the flash drive connected to the computer that is turned off. I am going play the scenario as if your flash drive is not connected to your computer, so your not confused ( because that's how I imagined the operation ). Then you plug in your USB flash drive, turn on your computer, and before your computer boots up Windows, you access motherboard's BIOS ( by interrupting the booting process ) to change the default boot drive from the local hard drive to your USB flash drive. Now, some motherboards regardless if they have USB ports might not have this feature. That means this special OS will only work with computers that have a BIOS that you can over ride the normal boot device sequence. Usually on windows it goes from the C: drive , then A: drive ( like in Windows 95 ), or the D: drive ( or whatever device is designated for the DVD reader for installations of new OS, or possibly the device your USB flash drive is. You can tell if your USB flash drive is recognized because the name of the flash drive brand name will be seen shown by the BIOS listing of devices. To continue, you select the USB flash drive device and save the BIOS settings and exit and reboot the computer to reboot with your USB flash drive. The operation booting up the special OS on your flash drive, is just like how windows boots up, except its the game OS, with its own GUI windows system. You have two game directories, one for your offline games and one for your online games, to access and play. The online games , use a special internet connection that only connects to the online URL location of the website, which uses the online game as its GUI interface online. So when you design a game for this OS system, for playing games online, you also create your web browser interface which is the GUI of your game, which doubles also for the interface of that website. The website is always server based, so it sends commands to your game to que events that change the operation of the game. Your game sends its status to the website of what is happening, when the sever sends the command to receive an update. There are games that have been design to not require the invention of a web browser, that I have seen. If it has been done in the past, it can be done again. The advantage of this USB flash drive based OS, is that your native OS ( windows 10 ) and the local hard drive of your computer are protected from any type of malicious attack. This special OS , would be similar to a virtual machine. You can use your flash drive to store anything you save to it, such as notes on how to play complicated game from this special OS. When your done playing games from the special OS, you shut down the OS , like windows. Then you remove your USB flash drive. Turn on your computer again. Interupt your boot process to go to your BIOS settings to change your boot up sequence back to C: again. Now, I believe on some systems, like my ACER netbook, have a BIOS where if does not detect a USB flash drive connected at boot up, it switches to the default boot sequence to C: as well. When your windows OS is running, you can then plug in the USB flash drive and copy over the files, such as the notes, as I mentioned above. Windows is complicated OS system which has to manage many things at once, which can draw resources from your game playing. Yes, you can play games on windows, but what if you could have a specialized OS for games to talk to the machine with out windows being in the way - wouldn't your game run faster? Look at all the junk windows is running, when you look at the task manager's list of programs while your program is the only one running. Your GMS game may or may not be using those programs, but I am going err on the side that they don't, in this case. You could also take your USB flash drive and use it with any other PC Machine that has a BIOS on its mother board that allows booting of USB flash drive. You don't have to re-instal the game again - just boot it up. Again whoever computer your using is protected because the native OS or the local hard drive of the computer, is not being used. Only the computer knows that there is a USB flash drive exists to read and write information to, but does not know and can not access the local hard drive. You could take your game with you without your computer. You could copy your installation of your GMS game that you do have on your local hard drive and copy it to the USB flash drive that has the special OS, and continue playing your game where ever you go. To add, your flash drive automatically acts as a backup device, which can be copied back to your local hard drive while in windows, and update your game save files that you use to play on that computer from the special OS. Therefore your not having to repeat what you did in the game on the Windows OS, from the special OS again. This is my idea for a specialized OS that runs from a USB flash drive, or a external USB hard drive. Any size does not matter, because specialized OS when installed will use that space. Consider this a designated USB flash drive strictly for the special OS. You don't want to use it, like any other flash drive you have for general copying of non-game programs and other things that are not related. Please note this special OS is just alternate way of playing GMS games on a PC computer. Thats it - thats the basics of my idea. I haven't thought of everything or considered any contingencies to regard in this context, so its not perfect.