Friday, March 31, 2017

Opera Neon Portable, the future of web browsers?
"In terms of aesthetics, Neon is appealing, but the novelty of its interface means some retraining may be necessary. For those who just want websites to load quickly and happily accept browsers as largely undifferentiated commodities, Neon's glow of novelty won't last long. But web designers and developers may find Opera's experiment intriguing." —Thomas Claburn, (13 Jan 2017 at 08:30)
"Neon is without a doubt a bold move, one that incorporates out of the box thinking. However, it does not have enough now to get power users to cross over. It might, however, find favour with those who like to read and browse a lot. And we can expect there is more going to come out of the Opera stables with Neon." —Nandagopal Rajan, (January 14, 2017 10:00 am)
"Opera, the Norwegian browser maker acquired last year by a Chinese investment consortium, has introduced a new experimental browser called Opera Neon....after two decades browsers have become rather stale and are tied to a document-centric model that doesn't reflect the way people interact online today....Like gravity, frequently used tabs will float to the top, while less important tabs will sink to the bottom." —Charles Humble, (Jan 13, 2017)
Opera Neon concept browser is Opera vision for the future of desktop browsers.

Size: 152 MB (160,100,352 bytes) Packed Size: 52.1 MB (54,722,560 bytes)
MD5: A552E513CAF89F7DFA006BB6C85410AB

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Portability Notes

  • Opera Neon stores settings in Windows registry and writes non essential data to Windows data folders while running.
  • Flash Player writes to Windows registry while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

FreeTelly Portable, the future of television!
"This is the real deal – and it’s a big deal.  FreeTelly is a custom version of Kodi already set-up with the best TVAddons for you to stream all the TV and movies you want.  This saves you the hassle of installing TVAddons manually." — (July 8th, 2016)
"FreeTelly gives you access to an infinite amount of content . Unlike the Kodi you’re used to, FreeTelly comes with everything ready for immediate use." —
"FreeTelly Kodi app is safer than p2p apps such as PopCorn Time, because it guarantees that the end user will only download content. On the contrary, p2p apps make the user upload content as well, something that can get them in trouble." —Alejandro, (July 17, 2016)
FreeTelly for Windows is basically a custom version of Kodi that comes preconfigured with all the best Kodi addons and goodies, making it easier than ever to get started with Kodi for all your home entertainment needs.
   Unlike the Kodi you’re used to, FreeTelly comes with everything ready for immediate use, no complication configuration necessary.
   All you need to do is download and install the app, sit down with some popcorn, and enjoy the show!

Size: 155 MB (163,569,664 bytes) Packed Size: 56.4 MB (59,183,104 bytes)
MD5: 038C299F5D3E9988D4238A830986DF37

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Read the help first :)

  • Requires Internet connection—real fast one!
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First run installation

FreeTelly will download additional packages from the Internet on the first run. Just wait until it's completed, then... enjoy!

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Sunday, March 19, 2017

XYplorer Portable, Free File Manager for Windows!
"XYplorer isn't our favorite alternative file browser, but it is one of your top five, and deservedly so. It's fast, lightweight, and far better than the default Windows Explorer. It has tabbed browsing, tons of custom keyboard shortcuts and UI tweaks, powerful search, detailed file info, and a ton more. " —Whitson Gordon, (Jan 15, 2013 10:30am)
"XYplorer Free goes even further, revealing a dual-paned window (with file tree to the left) with both panes supporting multiple tabs. Suddenly copying or moving files between far-flung locations becomes a whole lot simpler, and thanks to the fact XYplorer remembers your previous settings, you can set up tabs to your most oft-accessed folders for one-click access. ... If you spend a lot of time fiddling about in Windows Explorer, you owe it to yourself to give this powerful, beautifully engineered replacement a try." —Nick Peers, (Nov 28, 2016)
"None can beat this in competition" —tech878 (a user), (September 17, 2015)
XYplorerFree, the XYplorer Free Edition, is a free feature-limited version of XYplorer. No nags, no ads, no hassle. And no costs. You may use XYplorerFree for commercial and non-commercial purposes. Note that this is not some sort of trial version or bundled junk but a clean, fully working, and yet completely free file manager. There is only one catch: It won’t make coffee!

Size: 8.67 MB (9,101,312 bytes) Packed Size: 3.80 MB (3,985,408 bytes)
MD5: 7E3A3E5279615DF541E51749BEDA2AB0

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Revision 1

Version typos correction—thanks to TheDutchJewel—and small improvements.

Portability Notes

  • XYplorer writes non essential data to Windows registry and data folder while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.

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