USB Application Suites: LiberKey CodeUnit 06 DEC 2009

applications-icon-listHow often is it that you’re standing in front of a friend or colleague’s PC, all ready to go, but unfortunately have only now clicked that he/she does in fact not have the application you were counting on installed.

Bugger.

Which is exactly where LiberKey comes into play, a brilliantly put together application suite that hand picks 271 of the best and most useful applications out there and bundles them all into a single package, ready for download and storing on your USB flash drive for ultimate portability.

There are three versions of the LiberKey suite available for download, the first being the ultra lightweight Basic, then Standard and finally Ultimate versions, the difference being the number of apps housed in each installer.

The LiberKey application itself is particularly user friendly to use, keeps track of all the apps that might require updating and launches most portable apps directly without any install requirements, making it the perfect little tool for when you’re on the go!

Oh, and to be fair, they aren’t exactly the only people that do this either. Lupo PenSuite is another worthy contender in this niche as well, just in case you like having alternatives at hand! But I do like LiberKey’s website better, so they get my stamp of approval first! :)

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  • Seen http://portableapps.com/apps and pendriveapps.com? I particularly like portableapps.com because all their software, including the suite itself is open source. Further, they offer development apps bundled into their suites: xamp, mac-on-stick and Java Portable

  • Seen http://portableapps.com/apps and pendriveapps.com? I particularly like portableapps.com because all their software, including the suite itself is open source. Further, they offer development apps bundled into their suites: xamp, mac-on-stick and Java Portable

  • Actually i haven’t seen that one before, seems pretty cool. There is a heck of a lot of these portable app suites floating around it would seem, so more than enough to choose between in other words. Personally, the amount of times I need portable development tools like a web sever stack is pretty minimal, so that’s not a particular selling point for me.

    What I prefer, is a suite that keeps me as up to date as possible and which covers the basics of moving files around and opening/manipulating different file types.
    .-= Craig Lotter´s last blog ..Happy, Happy Birthday my Love! =-.

  • Actually i haven’t seen that one before, seems pretty cool. There is a heck of a lot of these portable app suites floating around it would seem, so more than enough to choose between in other words. Personally, the amount of times I need portable development tools like a web sever stack is pretty minimal, so that’s not a particular selling point for me.

    What I prefer, is a suite that keeps me as up to date as possible and which covers the basics of moving files around and opening/manipulating different file types.
    .-= Craig Lotter´s last blog ..Happy, Happy Birthday my Love! =-.