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Tiny USB Office is a very small freeware portable USB Office productivity suite, consisting of many applications such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, PDF creator, Email client, etc. Whether you need to create rich-text word documents, share files across multiple computers, transfer files, create Microsoft Excel compatible spreadsheets, comma-delimited database files, email your contacts, talk to your friends or co-workers on Messenger, create pdf files, or securely encrypt or delete files, this package has it all. And all these programs are packaged into a compact 2.5 MB Zip file.

Key features of Tiny USB Office include:
  • Database Creation - with CSVed
  • Data Encryption - with DScrypt
  • Email Client Software - with NPopUK
  • File Compression - with 100 Zipper
  • File Sharing - with HFS
  • File Transfer - with FTP Wanderer
  • Flowchart Creation - with EVE Vector Editor
  • MSN Messenger Client - with PixaMSN
  • Tree-Style Outliner Software - with Mempad
  • PDF Creation - with PDF Producer
  • Password Recovery - with XPass
  • Secure Deletion - with DSdel
  • Spreadsheet Creation - with Spread32
  • Text Editing - with TedNotepad
  • Word Processing - with Kpad
  • Program Launcher- with Qsel
Don't forget also to check mega_option101's Essential Overclocking Software Kit
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...So...its linux on a flash drive?
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A bunch of programs that run from a flash drive? *looks confused*
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I do like how they call it USB office when you could install full Microsoft Office on a USB thumb drive that costs ~$10-15...

Cool to see that it could almost fit on a 3.5 floppy though!
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It's called a portable app, meaning it isn't installed into an OS. Also, good luck trying to install Office to a flash drive and then taking it to another computer.

Edit: You can also do this with OpenOffice.
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I do like how they call it USB office when you could install full Microsoft Office on a USB thumb drive that costs ~$10-15...

Cool to see that it could almost fit on a 3.5 floppy though!
Not counting the $400 for office...
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I do like how they call it USB office when you could install full Microsoft Office on a USB thumb drive that costs ~$10-15...

Cool to see that it could almost fit on a 3.5 floppy though!
If you've ever tried to run things off of a USB drive (which you probably haven't, since windows can't boot from USB), then you'd know how painfully slow it is to have something run off of a USB drive that isn't meant to be run off of one.
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Moreover, Office won't let you load it on another computer... it'll just ask you to reinstall. (ever reinstalled Windows and tried running it without reinstalling?)
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I can run office anywhere I want, and the speed is good if you bought a good usb stick.
If I paid for office, then I feel there is nothing wrong with downloaded a cracked stand-alone exe for it.
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I can run office anywhere I want, and the speed is good if you bought a good usb stick.
If I paid for office, then I feel there is nothing wrong with downloaded a cracked stand-alone exe for it.
lol, be careful there, buddy. What you feel isn't always what you agree to in the EULA.
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