Toaru OS doesn't have an installer yet and the browser is still in early alpha.
It's probably not too hard to install it manually. Anyway, I think your point is that it's not really usable yet.
What i was trying to illustrate is that this is how much RAM a normal system here that is quite usable uses compared to the not extremely tiny linux distros (like core, which is a terminal environment that is smaller than firefox and probably uses less RAM than firefox) which are not friendly.
Well, is it quite usable now or not? If it is, install it and use it exclusively for a day. If not, stop talking nonsense.
By the way, I actually forgot the -m option for qemu when I tried the live CD first, so I know that 128 MB aren't enough for ToaruOS. The only thing you get with that is a red "Out of memory" message.