Portability is increasing in popularity. Large capacity USB sticks are now reasonable value and you don't need to install an operating system on a USB stick to take your applications on the road. You simply need to format, then install the relevant portable applications, such as Mozilla Firefox, Thunderbird, OpenOffice and more. Take your USB stick, run the apps and nothing will be written to the host computer. This enables you to ditch your laptop and take your USB stick on holiday or visiting your relatives.
PStart 2.10 is a portable application launch tool that will reside on your USB stick and launch portable applications that you have on your stick. Although nothing is written back to the host PC, you can choose to install PStart on the host PC to launch your applications more effectively. No personal info is stored on the computer, however.
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