It is a listing site, not a file hosting and distribution site. They do tell us whether the program is 100% portable, whether you Serif PhotoPlus Starter Edition download need to edit an .ini file or whatever, et al.
From a Defensive Computing standpoint, they offer two big advantages. First, there is the minimal impact on the rest of the system – the registry doesn’t know anything about the application and vise versa. Then too, portable applications can be backed up, a concept foreign to normally installed Windows applications. The term refers to applications that can be executed without being installed. Battery Operated Devices and Systems provides a comprehensive review of the essentials of batteries and battery applications as well as state-of-the-art technological developments.
For this type of equipment, fees are determined based on the time and materials required to conduct the review, so a fee estimate must be obtained from the District prior to submittal. Please note that application fees are estimated and the final fee may be more or less than this amount based on time and materials spent processing the application. To install the portable version of Iron, you first download a 14MB zip file. Then, unpack it into any folder, the total size will be about 30MB. To run it, doubleclick on IronPortable.exe in the root of the unpacked folder. An excellent source for portable applications is portableapps.com where John T. Haller and his team take normally installed Windows applications and package them in a portable format.
I mainly like portable software because I hate having to edit config files via %appdata% or the registry. This is just one of those things Linux guys will have to accept being windows only. I can take my flash and run my apps on any PC from Windows XP to 7 with no problem, and here the author ran on the expressly supported distro and couldn’t get them to work. There are just too many differences between machines and the design of the Linux stack to allow easy non directory based apps. Oh and you can have WinXP on a USB key too, but having to reboot every time you want to use a machine is a PITB.
The book covers the most recent trends, especially for the ubiquitous lithium ion batteries. It lays particular emphasis on the power consumption of battery operated devices and systems and the implications for battery life and runtime. Battery management is also dealt with in detail, particularly as far as the charging methods are concerned, along with the criteria of battery choice. I am pretty certain that there is a portable app that will quit all of your portable apps. Sure, they are trying to help, but all the things that are great have portable versions from their parent’s sites.