Summary – Portable Applications Workshop.

by yudaica2013 ·

Mobile Applications Portable applications are programs that can be copied to a portable storage device such as USB memory, iPod, or MP3 player, then, can be anywhere where there is a computer (provided you have the same operating system for which the application was created) and used immediately. Simply insert the USB into the computer, locate the application, and run it. Portable applications follow the philosophy of the LiveCD, no need to install or modify the contents of the hard disk of the host computer in any way. In portable applications, we have Internet browsing software, email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation graphics, etc.If in addition to applications, files copied our data, we take an “Office” in the palm of the hand, and work on any computer where you arrive. Not all applications are portable. There is usually a normal version of the application (typically not portable), and then modify it to create a portable application. On the other hand, there are applications without being modified can be used as lead applications such as eMule and Durie, as they are distributed in an executable and need not be installed but only copied to a folder, which could well be on a USB memory . U3 memories have a considerable advantage with respect to the reports without U3, but U3 is this and what the principle of this technology Then try to give a brief introduction to non-intensive U3.From a user standpoint. Originally, also known as USB memory sticks or removable disks were an excellent alternative to floppy disks 5 1 / 4 and 3 , to the extent that new computers do not already contain these include multi-bay units but for your USB devices, many of them accessible from the front of your computer. This worked very well originally that all personal files can be transferred between a computer and another achieving with this a very efficient alternative to share information, but this in turn created new needs and by sharing, such as a word file in the Guest computer should have at least of the cases the same version of word that the computer where it was created. Often shared presentations, timelines, images etc..and the computer you want to see do not have the programs with which you can view the documents by this that is very helpful to have all the data if you can watch on the computer the visitor. The solution U3. U3 separate include file contains an extra unit (a kind of disc applications) where applications are stored are usually focused on one containing the files in your memory. So if we go to a cybercafe and we hope we can do edit our images and our own memory includes an image editor. U3 is not only the technology that integrates new possibilities. Is that we include in our USB publishers, submissions, antivirus, Chat Client, proxy, games including passwords so that managers can use our memory as a mini operating system which contains what is necessary for our efficient work in a borrowed computer and removing our memories clean of any traces let the client computer. You can easily move everything on your computer and install it on another. We would all like to have an office at any time we wrap, tuck under your arm and take in a moment where we want.

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