Mojopack 2.0: a software to create a portable Windows XP VS Damn Small Linux


Today, in our Freeware Page, we have posted a brief review about Mojopack a free (for  90 days, sic!) software which allows to bring your personal OS (with all the configurations) practically everywhere with you. To use Mojopac you need a working Windows XP OS, an USB portable disk or key and the Mojopac software. After the download, you can install it on your USB key in just few minutes. Mojopac works sufficiently silky on USB 2 connections but if you have time and are very patient you can use it with USB 1.1 ports. Last but not least, be sure to have administrator access privileges but some new versions, able to solve this problem, are in the plans.  On the other hand we want to focus your attention on Damn Small Linux which is 100% free and can be intalled on CD, DVD, USB devices or simply embedded on your Windows XP computer. After some tests we really preferred this Linux solution because is completely free and very intuitive to use after just a couple of hours. Recommended! AddThis mp3 link

One thought on “Mojopack 2.0: a software to create a portable Windows XP VS Damn Small Linux

  1. Doug Younkin knows how to build muscle

    I also really like Damn Small Linux. I have it run inside of QEMU on my XP host. I downloaded a DSL/QEMU bundle that was precompiled for XP and it works great. I can browse the internet from inside DSL, didn’t need to configure anything. It saves the state of the virtual machine when I shut it down too. Overall, I am very happy with Damn Small Linux. They have done a great job.

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