XBMC Portable Edition for Windows?

Posted By: Team XBMC on Aug 22, 2008 in Site News

Are there anyone out there who would like to volunteers to help us make “XBMC Portable” for us, a PortableApps.com USB Edition of XBMC for Windows?

PortableApps.com works similar to U3, the main difference is that PortableApps.com is free and open source , and it also works with any with any portable USB Mass Storage Device for Windows (USB flash drive, iPod, portable harddrive, etc) . Checkout the wikipedia article about it.

The storage device would not be bootable but it would be very cool to do a quick demo of XBMC on any of your friend’s Microsoft Windows computer with it, simply plug-in the USB storage device in any Windows XP or Vista computer and XBMC is ready to be used.

Discussion about this can be found in the XBMC Community Forum.

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