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Do You Use Portable Software?

Many people use portable version of software because they don't require installation since they can be launched right from their own folder. Are you a "portable" nut?

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No like to do all on my own..

To be honest I started to the other night, was just to tiered..

 

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Delilah cut Sampson's hair and forced him into servitude and demise, powerful is woman, strong and vigilant, she brought her men off battlefields to carry them on her back to safety or to burial

depends on the need. over all, no not really

When God speaks, listen to his revelation

using portable software depends on requirement on individuals. Portable applications can be run on any computer system with which they are compatible but typically require a specific Windows operating system, Linux, etc.

Most of my programs are portable because I like the fact that they can be transferred to an USB flash drive with all their settings.

I do but it is not a priority for me that software needs to be portable. Actually I don't care much about this. If program is portable it is portable.

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