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List Your Best *Stand Alone* Programs 4 Windows XP


phillyman2004
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The only Requirement is that It has to be able to be run without installing anything, You should just be able to put it on a flash drive and run it without installing

Some of my Favorites Are

1) Adaware

2) Norton Windoc and Disk Doctor

3) Trend Micro Antivirus Scanner

I am looking to fill my flash drive with Great Programs to run on XP machines to increase speed and productivity , But these are Customers machines and I would rather not have to Install , Run , Uninstall ..these programs

Rob

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Well here is some that I use:

Firefox

SequoiaView

Aida32

RegSupreme

Stinger

xpantispy

regshot

sisoftware

cwshredder

idsuite

hdtune

nerocd and dvd speed

hd speed

nero infotool

powerquest driveimage

ghost

commtest

defragNT

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@moo

i dont think u understood what he meant by standalone, meaning they dont have 2 read/write 2 the registry 2 work :P

but for me its:

opera (everything is done via config files)

xplode

nlite (requires .net tho)

adaware

notepad2

nod32 (u can use just the .exe & the database 2 run "nod32.exe" )

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Well here is some that I use:

*Firefox*

SequoiaView

Aida32

RegSupreme

Stinger

xpantispy

regshot

sisoftware

cwshredder

idsuite

hdtune

nerocd and dvd speed

hd speed

nero infotool

powerquest driveimage

ghost

commtest

defragNT

Really Firefox can be installed on to a USB Flash Drive and ran from any computer ? You are telling me it has no ties into the registry ? thats awesome if i can just copy my Firefox Folder to my Flash drive :thumbup

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Office97 can run straight off the CD - install it, and copy the installed folder to CD. Good for those times when you need it, but don't want to bother wasting time on installing it.

But its not freeware - so keep that in mind!

*please post in correct section - thread moved.

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It depends for what purpose... I do use a ton of "standalone apps" like that (that I just "install" by putting in $OEM$\$Progs and adding a shortcut to them) yet none of them have been mentionned so far.. Like <SparTacuS> mentionned, the list could be very, very long.

a couple of them on top of my head:

winhttrack

putty

mirc

zoom player

avipreview

radlight filter manager

graphedit

... (TONS more I'm sure)

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