There's nothing worse than having to use another person's computer, when you're on the road. Accessing your email isn't easy, you can't remember your passwords, you might not have access to your bookmarks and you'll leave behind your personal information whilst you use their system. The best option would be to take your own software, on the road, on a USB stick. Simply connect this stick to their machine and use your software, self-contained, without leaving personal information behind.
Mozilla Firefox 188.8.131.52 Portable edition is the version you can install on a USB stick, external hard drive or even your iPod, then use from this external device. If you install add-ons such as the Google Browser Sync and GMail Manager, you'll be able to access your bookmarks, email and more.
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