Cube Construct

Mo Coba-coba bikin website? tapi.., pengen gampang trus pengen cpt-cpt jadi…! ah mana script html Or php g tau lagi.., BT jadinya.., Gimana dunk…?!Oh y nie ada solusinya buat kalian yang keburu-buru bikin web bisa buat web pribadi, web bla-bla-bla ato pun tugas dari school… tinggal download ja disini ukurannya pun cukup kecil, selain itu software ini saya buat portable sehingga anda tidak perlu menginstallnya…

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High Quality Photo Resizer

Pernah “BT” Ngubah Foto(Resize ato Format) Atu-atu? Nie gue Punya Solusinya Pake Ja

High Quality Photo Resizer, software ini lumayan cukup bagus buat anda jika penasaran silahkan download disini untuk mencobanya.

Portable Freeware

What is “portable”?

In recent years, the term “portable” has quickly come to be associated with apps that you run off a USB memory stick. However, to me, “portable” has always meant that I could easily move apps from one machine to another without too much incovenience. In fact, in the earlier days, I had my portable apps in a separate partition on the harddisk so that when I reinstall or upgrade Windows, I didn’t have to reinstall/reconfigure my favorite apps. So in my mind at that time, portablity didn’t involve a removable storage device at all.

Portable apps are nice because I can easily pass them to a colleague or friend (“Hey, try out this latest version of Firefox with my favorite addons!”), or help out friends when they run into problems with their PCs (eg. file recovery, network diagnosis). I can upgrade to a newer machine and have my favorite apps up and running in no time, instead of having to spend the entire day swapping CDs and reinstalling/reconfiguring apps that I need. This really made my computing life better.

Since then, I have learnt that some people actually live a nomadic computing life; that they may hop from PC to PC with only their USB memory stick; that they may be using an old machine with some incredibly old version of Windows that has never been updated; that they may only have guest access to the host machine; that they may not want to leave any trace on the host machine after they unplug their USB memory stick.

To summarize, I have learnt that the ideal definition of “portable” means:

  • It must run without installation.
  • It must run on older versions of Windows which might not have been updated.
  • It must not have any coupling with Internet Explorer, audio/video codecs, DirectX etc.
  • It must not write settings to the registry or local filesystem.
  • It must not leave any trace on the host machine at all, even when the app crashes (hereby referred to as “stealth”).
  • It must run with guest access rights.
  • It must be able to compensate for USB memory stick drive letter changes.

I say this is an ideal definition because very few programs meet all the above requirements. If I were to stick to all these rules, the database probably won’t be very useful, at least to me. And not everybody agrees that all these requirements are equally important or necessary. So I have decided that quite simply, the apps in the database are what I, Andrew Lee, consider to be portable. I will write up as much as I can about each app (dependencies, settings location, access rights, stealth etc.), and you decide for yourself whether it is portable.

As a general rule, I will consider application portability on two levels: EXE portability, and settings portability. For some apps (eg. diagnostic apps, hardware-specific apps etc.), EXE portability is sufficient. For others (eg. text editors, media players), settings portability is required.

For EXE portability, my preference is not to list any Java or .NET app. Dependencies on IE, codecs or DirectX are OK, as long as they are related to application functionality. For example, an IE-based browser or newsreader is OK, but a checksum generator with IE dependency is not. Same with access rights or path portability; it depends on the nature of the app in question. Stealth is not a factor, unless it is part of application functionality.

If you wish to discuss the definition of “portable”, please do so at the Portable Freeware Discussion forum. There are a couple of sticky threads (1, 2, 3) that you can participate in, or you can start your own topic if necessary.

What is “freeware”

Defining what is freeware is equally tricky:

Again, the purist will say, when in doubt, just don’t add them to the database. But I don’t like such a black-and-white view of the world. I will continue to add apps to the database that I consider to be “freeware enough”, and you decide for yourself (by reading the app synopsis) whether it is freeware.
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U3

Meet the next generation of USB flash drives: the U3 smart drive. It’s
what’s inside that makes them smart.

Carry and access your files easily
Keep your data safe and secure
Comes with pre-loaded software
Hundreds of software titles available

Store your data and carry software applications!
Imagine carrying your software on the same flash drive that carries your files. That’s what you can do with a U3 smart drive. You can plug it into any PC and work, play a game, message friends, send email, edit photos and more. A U3 smart drive makes any PC your own PC. And when you unplug it, it leaves no personal data behind.

Portable Apps Suite™

What is a portable app?

portable – carried or moved with ease
app – a computer program like a web browser or word processor

A portable app is a computer program that you can carry around with you on a portable device and use on any Windows computer. When your USB flash drive, portable hard drive, iPod or other portable device is plugged in, you have access to your software and personal data just as you would on your own PC. And when you unplug the device, none of your personal data is left behind.

No Special Hardware – Use any USB flash drive, portable hard drive, iPod/MP3 player, etc

No Additional Software – Just download the portable app, extract it and go

No Kidding – It’s that easy

Consider the Possibilities…

  • Carry your web browser with all your favorite bookmarks
  • Carry your calendar with all your appointments
  • Carry your email client with all your contacts and settings
  • Carry your instant messenger and your buddy list
  • Carry your whole office suite along with your documents and presentations
  • Carry your antivirus program and other computer utilities
  • Carry all your important passwords and account information securely
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