Anybody know the difference between Hopedot VOS and Prayaya

July 5, 2012 at 02:30:53
Specs: Windows XP
I am a Prayaya user and found it quite useful to take my own operating system to any PC in a library or netcafe. But I still want to make sure that all my personal stuff will be safe while I'm leaving the PC just for a while. And I recently heard there is another similar software named Hopedot VOS and it has Security Version. I just want to know if anyone happens to use both Hopedot VOS and Prayaya and can tell me the difference.

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July 5, 2012 at 16:27:31
Here is the final paragraph on the Prayaya user site:

"Finally, when the removable storage device is disconnected from the computer, not a single trace will be left on the host computer, because it has its own System directory and keeps its registry on the portable device. To exit, a user needs to close all applications, exit Prayaya V3 and eject the USB device. "

Here's what Hopedot has to say regarding security:

"PC. Hopedot VOS is an ideal applications virtualization solution to enables users to create their own secure and portable PC environment on any PC anywhere."

Pretty self explanatory I think!

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September 3, 2012 at 20:21:05
I once read a blog article illustrating the difference of Hopedot VOS, Prayaya and other alternative products. It seems that the two products resemble a virtual operating system and can boot directly from a USB. The difference may locate in applications compatibility and Hopedot VOS Security Edition. For reference: http://portable-launcher.blogspot.c...
Hope the above help.

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September 24, 2012 at 19:57:04
Hey, I found a video about Hopedot VOS Security Edition. It may help you figure out what's the difference.

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