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Turbo Studio v16.0.765.13 Portable

Misc   2-11-2016, 04:43   24   0   polik88
Turbo Studio v16.0.765.13 Portable

Turbo Studio 16.0.765.13 Portable | 245 MB

Turbo Studio (formerly known as Spoon Studio)-with this app you can combine files needed to make an app run into a package that is ready for use without deployment. The application allows you to create a virtual container and run programs in a virtual environment without the installation and make changes in registry and system.
Run .NET Without .NET
Embed runtime dependencies such as .NET, Java, AIR, and SQL CE directly into virtual applications. Launch on completely clean desktops.

Migrate to Windows 10 allows legacy applications such as Internet Explorer 6 to execute on Windows 7, 8, and 10 unblocking operating system rollouts and assuring business continuity.

Deploy Anywhere
Deploy in standalone EXEs, traditional MSIs, on intranets with Turbo Server, or on the web with

#1 in Compatibility
Virtualize both 32-bit and 64-bit applications, databases such as SQL Server, services such as IIS, as well as DCOM and SxS.

Easy to Use
Application templates and the new Desktop Import wizard allow painless migration of applications. Or, use setup capture to virtualize custom applications.

Eliminate Conflicts
Applications run in isolated sandboxes, eliminating conflicts, administrator privilege requirements, and other sources of application failure. Launch multiple application versions side-by-side.

Whats New :
New and Improved
This update includes the following new features and improvements:
New! Adds client support allowing Turbo Studio to create Portable Applications (.exe) that are integrated with Turbo Hub. (Stay tuned for more information!)
New! Install applications from your computer to the Hub with Turbo Installer.
New! Support added for Windows 10 "Redstone 2" pre-release builds. Users on the Windows Fast Ring can use Turbo containers.
New! Sync your container to Turbo Hub with the turbo save command.
Compatibility fixes allow containerized Internet Explorer 7 to run on Windows 10.
The -isolate flag can be used with the merge-user option without having to specify the isolation level. In this case, the isolation level will default to full.
Improved handling of device keys in scenarios where the -all-users flag is used.

Bug Fixes
This update includes fixes for the following issues:
The turbo installi command fails on systems that do not have .NET Framework 4 or higher installed.
The turbo uninstalli command fails to completely remove applications installed with the -all-users flag.
The Turbo Launcher throws an error on sign in when the Turbo command line tool is also signed in.
An error occurs querying repository metadata for containerized services.
Renaming a folder incorrectly fails with a message that the resource is used by another process.
Failure to deinitialize and flush streams may cause missing file writes in specific scenarios.
Containerized applications can crash if started from multiple paths.
Product version is not set correctly when the metadata field is set to inherit from startup file.
Trailing spaces are trimmed incorrectly for file paths with arguments.
Container fails to start on Windows XP when the container isolation uses the merge-user option.


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