What's easier, carrying around a heavy notebook everywhere you go, wondering if you'll be able to find a wireless network so you can download and reply to your emails or placing your email client and web browser on a portable USB stick and then using that stick within a computer, wherever it is located?
The PortableApps Suite is a collection of portable applications that you can place on a USB stick and then use this stick on any computer, without leaving behind a trail of personal information. It contains a web browser (Firefox), email client (Thunderbird), office suite (OpenOffice) and much more. You can pre-configure and use these apps on your office or home computer then use the same setup on a third-party machine.
If you're often on the move, download the PortableApps Suite and see if it does want you require.
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