Opera on a USB stick

Found this on digg.com the other day:

If you've ever wanted to carry Opera around on your USB stick, this site seems to make it easier for you.

Check it out: Opera-USB.com

Any reports from people who have tried it?


6 thoughts on “Opera on a USB stick

  1. Not tried that program. What I have tried though, is to just install Opera as normal, on a USB stick. Worked just fine for me.

  2. I personally use These instructions, plus a couple of my own.Opera's auto-session keeps accessing a USB drive, which stresses it and shortens it's life-span. Disabling the auto-session is next-to-impossible. The trick I use is deleting the sessions folder from the Opera install, and replacing it with a blank file of the same name.

  3. Personally, instead of using this program, I just used these instructions to change the cache folder:http://www.opera.com/support/search/supsearch.dml?index=340And I set it to %temp% which should be safe on just about any Windows computer.And thesquire, I really like your program, but, it needs the ability to change the driveletter in multiple files. Opera alone serves as an example of a program with many configuration files which have drive letters in them. Also, it'd be nice if it showed up in the taskbar like normal applications.

  4. I use this one at my school where I'm not allowed to install any programs. I have some server space at the school network, so I just run it from there. Takes some time to start it though, but I rather wait a minute to browse with Opera instead of IE infested with adware.

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