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Postby vejerraa » Sun Dec 12, 2010 9:49 pm

How can i copy google earth on to my usb drive? I downloaded google earth and i want to move it to the usb drive. So i can open it from the usb drive and not save it on my computer.
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Postby GAScubaBum » Mon Dec 13, 2010 2:38 am

Back in the good old days when you installed an application on your PC, all of the files associated with that program would live in one directory, making it relatively easy to move (or illegally copy) the app from one PC to another. As a result, modern applications scatter bits of themselves all over your PC, making such a move nigh on impossible.

However, there is a way, although probably not for the novice computer user. Using a program to "virtualize" an application, such as Cameyo ( ) which is freeware, you can build a single exe file of the app you want to run, in this case Google Earth, and make it as portable as you like.

I have not tried this program myself, but the concept of virtual apps is well proven, so I expect that if you take the time to read through the documentation is should not be difficult to accomplish your goal.

Good luck!

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Postby Stelios » Mon Dec 13, 2010 9:51 pm

There is a portable version of google earth that can run from any usb stick of external drive in any pc. ... table.html
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