If you're out on the road, away on vacation, staying at the parents or simply working from another office, there are times where you won't want to drag your laptop with you, try and establish an Internet connection and then use this simply to check your email. The easiest solution would be to take a external drive or USB stick and connect this to the host computer. Indeed, you could even be crafty and use your iPod Classic, as this will work as and external drive. Create an encrypted partition and you could install your favourite apps, bookmarks, passwords and more, then use this info, without it infecting or leaving traces on the host computer.
Portable Start Menu 1.2 is a free tool that you can use to launch these portable applications, on the external drive or USB stick. You can set up the menu on your home computer, move it across to the external drive and then you'll have instant access to these applications.
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