Without writing any code, developers, publishers, and even non-technical end users can port apps to the PortableApps.com Format using the PortableApps.com LauncherTM. A portable program can be easily created using this multilingual launcher that is simple to use. You can utilize the PortableApps.com Launcher Generator to handle registry keys, command line arguments, and updating configuration files once your software has been updated to the most recent PortableApps.com Format Specification. This can be done by modifying a single INI file.
The most well-liked portable software solution in the world, PortableApps.com, enables you to carry along your preferred applications. It is an entirely open source and free platform that can be used with any synchronized cloud folder (DropBox, Google Drive, Box, etc.), on your local PC's internal or external drive, or on any portable storage device (USB flash drive, memory card, portable SSD or hard drive, etc.) moved between PCs. PortableApps.com is the most comprehensive solution for living on the go, with millions of users worldwide, over 450 true open source and freeware apps in our main app store (no shovelware), compatible commercial software, and partners in the hardware sector.
John T. Haller, the creator of a number of portable apps, including "Portable Firefox," which kicked off the trend for portable software, launched PortableApps.com. We started producing portable software in March 2004. With millions of users and more than 1 billion apps downloaded, our team now consists of over 100 developers, translators, application packagers, designers, and release testers. We want to create a single, open platform that any hardware or software developer can use by consolidating the research and development of portable software.
On a local PC's internal or external disk, on a portable device, or in a synchronized cloud folder, PortableApps.com enablesFeatures:
The PortableApps.com Platform includes a clever installer that makes it simple to set up your environment on a portable device, a local PC for personal or shared use, or a cloud storage (Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.). Keeping your apps and data with you and securely backing them up to the cloud is simple thanks to the programs' portability and ability to operate from wherever you work.