You carry your important files on a USB drive but when you plug that drive into another computer, Windows search can’t find your files. This portable desktop search tool should fix the problem.
If you want to use Google Chrome OS on your computer, head over to hexxeh.net to download the latest build available for Windows, Mac and Linux machines.
Learn how to use popular web browsers like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera on your computer without installing any software. You can also run these browser simultaneously on Windows without any hacks.
Download Portable Google Chrome browser and run the Google Browser from any USB stick. You can also use the portable version if you have trouble installing Google Chrome via the online Google Pack Installer.
Looking for a portable wiki software that you can carry around on a USB stick? Check out Tiddly Wiki – a wiki so small in size and requires no installation.
USB microphones are not just more convenient than the regular analog headsets, they also give better audio quality and generally require no special audio drivers.
Looking for a portable version of Internet Explorer. Try Sliepnir Archive that is one of the most popular web browser in Japan among geeks and techies.
Are you looking for an unsuspecting place in your home where you can comfortably hide the USB Flash drive that stores all your secret data?
Flash Drive Reminder is a handy utility for people who work across different computers and carry their data on a USB memory stick. This will display a desktop reminder saying that the USB drive is still in the computer if you try to log off without unplugging the stick.
Laptop computers are bulk, expensive and prone to theft. So Microsoft Startkey turns your USB-based flash drives into a Windows companion allowing you to carry your Windows and Windows Live settings in the stick.
Download the yellow sticky notes application for your desktop or your USB drive – these digital desktop stickies are free and perfect for maintaining shopping list, task reminders, etc.
If you can’t travel with the laptop but still need access to all your software programs, preferences and data, try the free Mojopac – it installs your entire Windows computer on a USB Drive or even an iPod. Read the Mojopac review