Here are a couple of new portable apps that might interest you. If you already have the PortableApps Platform installed, you already know how that works. One click on the paf.exe file and an app is added to your menu. All completely free. … [continued]
If you’re a fan of portable apps, this will probably interest you.
Cameyo is a virtualization application that turns ordinary software installations into portable versions. … [continued]
I mentioned portable apps before. I’d like to go back over it in more detail as I find them so darn handy.
I don’t travel much so I don’t have a regular reason for carrying my software around in my pocket, but there’s another way to use them. Right on my hard-drive.
Speaking of portable applications, you haven’t lived until you’ve tried TiddlyWiki. This is a fascinating thing that can turn cartwheels for you.
Portable Apps are applications that can be carried on any kind of portable device – USB key, external hard-drive, iPod, etc. requiring no installation in your operating system. Un-installing is as simple as deleting the folders they live in. These are not mini-versions of your software, they’re the real deal, just as they exist on your hard-drive.