Portable applications using virtualization, tools for pack the applications into a single executable file.

This file includes almost everything needed to run the application: registry keys, configuration files, user and system objects.

Applications packaged by this method have two types of isolation from the main operating system:

  • full isolation – the application runs in a closed environment, it does not have access to specific devices on the host OS, such as a CD-ROM. All temporary and changed files an isolated environment – the sandbox;
  • partial isolation- the app also runs in a closed environment, but at the same time has access to host OS files, at the sandbox, for example, may be specific files, such as temporary files or application settings.

Programs of this section:
BoxedApp Packer
Enigma Virtual Box
InstallAware Virtualization
MoleBox Virtualization Solution
Smart Packer
Turbo Studio
VMware ThinApp

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