If you have your 360 Media Center Enabled then it's really easy. After installing MCE Browser on the PC, just go to Online Media>Program Library>Browser. I'm on WinMatrix with it right now (not typing this though that would be way too hard). Also, you can type by pressing Y. Maybe the Messenger Accessory works as a keyboard? Have fun! Now all those PS3 and Wii owners can't say they are the only ones with a browser
MCE Browser download
Also, the 360 has to be connected to the Internet in some way.
Another thing, it's hard to navigate through pages and Google comes up with a script error every time. It's not an official browser so don't have high expectations.
Here is the original's author's website: Anthony Park
Found some controls:
Right Stick (after selecting the page) is used to move up and down
D-Pad; left and right, moves the page left and right
D-Pad; up and down, selects hyperlinks
Y button brings up the keyboard
A button selects whatever is selected
B button deselects the page so you can select back/forward/enter url/etc
DOES NOT PLAY FLASH VIDEO! To my knowledge you cannot play Flash videos. But if anyone can try any video formats that are compatible with the 360 than please post (like WMV, MPEG4, etc)
Edited by CommonSense, 31 December 2008 - 02:08 AM.