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Run Desktop Applications Online Without Installing Them On Computer

What about running your favorite desktop applications without installing them on your real hard disk or USB drive? You can do this in the internet cloud with a browser plug-in called Spoon. You can run Firefox, Chrome, Gimp, 7Zip, Audacity and much, much more without installing them.

The Spoon plug-in lets you run a number of apps such as text editors, zip archive, email clients, media players, browsers, image editor, games and much more from the Spoon web site and other Spoon Servers.

To use it, you need to have the Spoon plugin installed on your computer. Simply download the Spoon plug-in from here and install it. Then enter here to sign-up to use Spoon apps.

More details about Spoon here


  1. What good is it being able to run apps online if you still have to install a plugin on your computer?!


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