Sorry if it doesn't.
yeah, I use this. It's really cool and you can create your own portable apps which integrate nicely
Looks like the damn Vista startmenu
Last edited by Alien5; Jun 6th, 2006 at 06:36 PM..
funny how nowadays u can have whole operating systems on small flash drives and 50years ago a computer took up more space than my house, and was a million times slower
I use a few of these already, thanks anyway.
A bunch of those apps are brilliant if you need to fix something on someone's computer and you don't know what they've got. I put 7-zip, sumatra and a couple of others on there. In the past it's been really annoying being offline and installing lyke xp on someone's computer, and not having been able to read a manual in pdf-format or open a rar-file with drivers or something.
Also put some other stuff on there like Miranda, so I don't need to set up MSN or ICQ on someone else's computer if I need to talk to anyone, and the Sudoku game just 'cos I could.
Even added this (the first download) which I saw clocker recommending the other day, and although it wasn't a paf all I had to do was make a folder for it in the portable apps-folder and put the exe in there and it worked.
TBH, I might as well have put a bunch of exes on the stick and have used that, but this looks prettier and the base menu is only like 1MB, so why not.