VMWare ThinApp 5.2.6 Build 14449759 with size 11.53 Mb is a utility for creating portable versions of various applications. VMWare ThinApp packages the application into a container that contains all the information needed to work on any computer without the need to install the application. Thanks to this, the software does not affect or change the current state of the operating system.
- The only archiving and implementation at any point (Network, USB, Physical and Virtual workstations)
Deploy virtualized applications in user mode without administrator rights. There is no need to install device drivers and modify the registry, because the application itself and its virtual OS are considered a single EXE file. Transfer large applications slowly from shared network drives without installing client or server software. Update or restore applications even when running. A new version will be launched when you use the next application.
- Use of mobile devices
Users will be able to run applications virtually on any computer they access, including PCs in kiosks and hotels. No need to install software or drivers, you also don’t need administrator rights. The application runs directly from removable storage devices, including flash drives.
- Improve the software distribution process
Protect your local operating system from changes that can cause unstable operations or security weaknesses using existing configuration tools. Even users with limited credentials will be able to run virtual applications safely without the need for local installation; which makes products more attractive to IT employees who are worried about security.
- Easy migration for operating systems and applications
Application virtualization without the ThinApp agent in ThinApp facilitates migration for the operating system, allowing applications to run together on the same operating system. Users can continue to work as usual without disturbing the problematic application. Additionally, if the application needs to be removed from the end node, it will look like a simple file deletion without the need to “clean” the registry.