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Windows 7: Are there any way to install programs in temporary?


04 Dec 2010   #1

windows7 Ultimate SP1 x32bit
 
 
Are there any way to install programs in temporary?

Hello!
Some times i install some software for only one time( purpose)/ use only of time, for example i want show some error happen way for windows seven forums buddies so i install screen recording software for only record that incident after that i don't want record anything using that software. If i uninstall that program it sometimes remain some folders and files in "C" drive and registry (leaflets).

So are there any program for make virtual environment for install that temporary program and after close that virtual program/environment that newly installed temporary program all files ,folders and registry items are deleting type.
No effect installing that temporary program to the system and hard disk and also registry.

So if you know that kind of software please tell me!


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04 Dec 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

A virtual machine will do that. After you run the app you can delete the machine and what has run in it. Try VirtualBox but you'll need a fair amount of RAM and CPU power.
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05 Dec 2010   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

parabellum is right on target.
However, if you happen to have Acronis Tue Image (not free) installed, it has a 'Try & Decide" option that will let you do this as well.
Timefreeze, I think, is another option. <--not sure about this one...: Link: Wondershare Time Freeze - Free virtual system software for XP, Win7
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