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    Portable Applications

    As anyone else messed around with the FREE PortableApps for Windows?
    Thumb drives are pretty cheap these days and I really like Firefox Portable. If you needed to use someone else's computer, you have your own custom browser without leaving any information on that computer.

    Applications I keep on mine include:
    7- Zip Portable
    Firefox Portable
    VLC Media Player Portable
    Sumatra PDF Portable
    OpenOffice.org Portable
    AI RoboForm2Go (not free, but very nice)

    With some of the above applications you can open and view a lot of files without having to have anything installed on the host computer.

    One of the Firefox extensions I have installed on all browsers is Foxmarks to keep my bookmarks up-to-date between browsers.

    It seems like a really nice way to carry information with you and have some of the tools you may need right there as well.
    Last edited by doingtimeonmyass; 08-07-2007 at 12:50 PM.
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