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[PortableApps] MojoPac-4-free (Freedom)


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#1 ispy

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Posted 22 August 2008 - 09:26 PM

Hi all :whistling: ,

Overview

MojoPac is a technology that transforms your iPod or USB Hard Drive or Flash drive into a portable and private PC. Just install MojoPac on any USB 2.0 compliant storage device, upload your applications and files, modify your user settings and environment preferences, and take it with you everywhere.

Every time you plug your MojoPac-enabled device into any Windows XP PC , MojoPac automatically launches your environment on the host PC. Your communications, music, games, applications, and files are all local and accessible. And when you unplug the MojoPac device, no trace is left behind � your information is not cached on the host PC.

Note: MojoPac requires the host PC be logged in with administrative privileges or have MojoPac Usher installed. MojoPac Usher is an application that can be installed on host computers to enable MojoPac to run with a limited mode host login.

YES YES YES less of the sales talk where can I get MojoPac Freedom?

Answer: http://www.mojopac.c...nt/download.jsp

There�s one proviso: It currently only works on Windows XP or 2003 machines. But Vista support is coming! (Current version at time of writing 1.8.0.0)

With MojoPac you can selectively pack Windows and its applications onto a simple 256 MB USB stick/external HOD or an iPod. By plugging the device into a USB 2.0 port, MojoPac acts like a virtual PC right off the device. One pre-requisite is that its software needs to be installed on the host Pc.

With MojoPac, you can get an OS that you have configured just the way you like. In addition, you get an added layer of security through virtualization-you can surf the Internet etc, without the fear of the host PC getting affected by malicious programs. The virtual PC itself takes about 128 MB plus additional space for any other programs you'd want to include. Applications that install in the Windows Kernel will not work with this, such as antivirus programs. For that, special portable versions would be required (www.portableapps.coml. Some of its quirks include the fact that MojoPac doesn't support USB 1.1 as it's too slow. iPod users will lose their iPod-specific features due to MojoPac interfacing with the host PC; data can only be exchanged to a host PC with 'MojoPac Data Copy'. FOR: Extra security and convenience. AGAINST: Non-bootable, no Vista support yet.

Many will know about this software, but then this information is targeted at those who don't.

Enjoy both a portable OS environment together with your portable apps, portability taken to the next level!

Regards & Best Wishes,

ispy ;)

#2 TheHive

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Posted 23 August 2008 - 04:42 AM

I tried it a while ago. Its not bad.

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Posted 23 August 2008 - 02:47 PM

Hi TheHive ;) ,

Indeed not bad at all, one of the main disadvantages it seems to take a long time to load reputedly!
However the freeware pricetag is a small price to pay for unsupported software.

There are other alternatives or genres but these options are payware :whistling:

1) Ceedo - http://www.ceedo.com/
2) Prayaya V3 - http://www.prayaya.com/

Anyway ENJOY!

Regards & Best Wishes,

ispy ;)

#4 TheHive

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Posted 24 August 2008 - 05:41 AM

it seems to take a long time to load reputedly!

Regards & Best Wishes,

ispy :whistling:


One of the things I notice when testing on a USB stick on USB2.0

However the freeware pricetag is a small price to pay for unsupported software.

;)

#5 TheHive

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Posted 24 August 2008 - 05:41 AM

it seems to take a long time to load reputedly!

Regards & Best Wishes,

ispy :whistling:


One of the things I notice when testing on a USB stick on USB2.0

However the freeware pricetag is a small price to pay for unsupported software.

;)




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