by March 3, 2011 0 comments

Cameyo is an application virtualization software that decouples apps from the OS and puts them in capsules that include all the resources required by the app to run. This way, there’s no need to install a virtualized app on the OS.

There are lot of benefits of application virtualization like central management which in turn includes version control and all these benefits come along with the biggest benefit of zero uninstall residue. Here in this article, we would show how you can virtualize a few frequently used applications and carry them around in a USB drive. This can be a helpful to those who are always on move and use applications that are not commonly use.

How it works?

Cameyo is a small, 1.85 MB program that can be run from We installed it on a Windows 7 based system. To create a virtual package of the desired app, you have to start Cameyo and select ‘Capture Installation.’ This would prompt you to install the software. Once you’ve installed it, Cameyo will provide you the path for the virtual app. Simple copy this package (with .virtual extension) and run it on any Windows machine.

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