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Old 02-13-2006, 11:16 AM   #1
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LXer: Get around MS software when using Windows with portable apps


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**LXer featureOn a lot of locations, you are forced you to use Windows, but you are not allowed to install anything on your networked PC. Probably, you think this also forces you to use other MS software; like MS Office and Windows Messenger when using the MSN IM-protocol. Well, think again, because It is possible to put 'portable' apps like Firefox and Gaim on an USB stick, and use it in Windows without installing anything.

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