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Sunday, February 1

1422817200 The Tech Guy
1422828000 This Week in Tech

Monday, February 2

1422900000 Tech News Today
1422903600 Triangulation
1422909000 iPad Today
1422921600 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, February 3

1422986400 Tech News Today
1422990000 MacBreak Weekly
1422997200 Security Now
1423004400 Before You Buy
1423008000 Tech News 2Night
1423011600 All About Android
1423020600 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, February 4

1423067400 FLOSS Weekly
1423072800 Tech News Today
1423076400 Windows Weekly
1423083600 This Week in Google
1423094400 Tech News 2Night
1423096200 Android App Arena
1423101600 Ham Nation

Thursday, February 5

1423159200 Tech News Today
1423162800 Know How...
1423166400 Marketing Mavericks
1423171800 Coding 101
1423175400 Home Theater Geeks
1423180800 Tech News 2Night
1423182600 The Giz Wiz

Friday, February 6

1423245600 Tech News Today
1423249200 This Week in Law
1423267200 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, February 7

1423335600 The Tech Guy

Sunday, February 8

1423422000 The Tech Guy
1423436400 This Week in Tech

Monday, February 9

1423504800 Tech News Today
1423508400 Triangulation
1423513800 iPad Today
1423526400 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, February 10

1423591200 Tech News Today
1423594800 MacBreak Weekly
1423602000 Security Now
1423609200 Before You Buy
1423612800 Tech News 2Night
1423616400 All About Android
1423625400 Padre's Corner

Wednesday, February 11

1423672200 FLOSS Weekly
1423677600 Tech News Today
1423681200 Windows Weekly

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Portable Apps

August 23 2012

Portable apps let you bring your favorite programs with you where ever you go. Find out how to use portable apps on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

Materials List
- PC or Mac
- USB Key
- Internet connection
- Time & patience

Portable Apps for Windows
PortableApps.com is a very user friendly way to put portable apps on a USB key. Installation of applications does take some time, so while it might look like your computer has locked up, it may still be installing. Be patient.

Chrome with Flash in your portable version
Instructions:
- Download NPSWF32.DLL
- Open your Portable Apps drive in Windows Explorer
- Go to GoogleChromePortable\App\Chrome-bin\
- Create a new subdirectory with the name “plugins” (without the quotation marks)
- Copy the DLL to GoogleChromePortable\App\Chrome-bin\plugins

Portable Apps for Mac OS X
Freesmug.org/portableapps is great resource for picking up portable apps.
- After downloading the DMG, open it and copy the app to your USB Key.
- If you are using OS X Lion or higher, you’ll have to download PAppsLionPatch.

Portable Apps for Linux
Your best source for portable apps for Linux is Sourceforge.net/projects/portable/files
- Download your file, put it on a drive

Viewer Challenge!
If you can figure out how to create a portable version of Chrome with Adobe Flash, let us know. Make a video, upload it to YouTube or your favorite video sharing site and send us the link!

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