Spoon Studio 2011 9.0.1439.1 | 86.39 Mb
Spoon – formerly Xenocode – lets enterprises and software publishers launch desktop applications instantly with no installs. Spoon virtual applications can be deployed in standalone executables.
Spoon Virtual Application Studio 2011 includes support for virtualizing 64-bit applications and the .NET 4.0 Framework, as well as dozens of new application templates including Microsoft Office 2010, Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, and 9, Mozilla Firefox 2, 3, and 4, and Google Chrome 4, 5, and 6. Virtual Application Studio 2011 also includes comprehensive support for executing legacy applications side-by-side on Windows 7.
Why You'll Love It:
Get Started Quickly
Easy-to-use templates allow painless buildilng of hundreds of popular applications. Or, use the simple setup snapshot or MSI import tools.
No More Conflicts
Sandboxing eliminates conflicts, enables side-by-side versioning, and removes runtime dependencies such as the .NET Framework, Java, and AIR.
#1 in Compatibility
Spoon is the only engine in its class to support both 32- and 64-bit applications. And Spoon virtualizes services, databases, DCOM, SxS, and other advanced OS features.
Powerful Isolation Capabilities
Configurable dynamic isolation management allows fine-grained control over interaction between virtualized and native resources and applications.
Easy-to-use application templates allow painless build of hundreds of popular applications. Even more apps are available pre-packaged in the Spoon.net library.
Legacy Apps on Windows 7
Spoon allows legacy applications such as Internet Explorer 6 to run properly on Windows 7, reducing the costs and risks associated with Windows 7 migrations.
Virtualize 32- and 64-bit Apps
Spoon virtualizes even the most powerful and complex applications on the planet – without breaking a sweat.
Virtualize popular runtimes and components such as the .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, and 4.0, Java, AIR, Silverlight, and Flash.
Publish virtualized applications to Spoon Server, Spoon.net, standalone executable files, and even USB drives.
Home page - http://spoon.net/Studio/