If you own an iPod and wonder what you could do with it, apart from storing and playing back your music, you could easily turn it in to an external hard drive and use it as a portable device for your applications. A couple of years ago, the guys over at PortableApps produced a suite of portable applications, so you could install a suite on to your removable drive and then take the app collection on the road. Better still, any data or preferences written to the drive, remains on the drive and not the host computer.
PortableApps Suite Standard 1.1 is an updated version of the collection of portable apps, including Mozilla Thunderbird, Firefox and OpenOffice. The latest version has all the most up-to-date portable apps, along with an improved installer and many other tweaks.
PortableApps Suite Standard 1.1 link.
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