The version focuses on integrating Cameyo's virtualization technology with cloud capabilities.
(PRWEB) April 29, 2012
Cameyo 2.0 is available for open Beta. Among the highlights of the new app virtualization version:
- Tight integration with Cameyo Online’s cloud platform and Cameyo’s Online Library.
- CameyoBox: holds personal virtual apps in the cloud, making them available from any computer
- Revamped, powerful UI.
- Management of local & cloud virtual apps.
- Virtual shell integration: a virtual layer making apps appear in Windows as if they were installed, and can be un-integrated in a fraction of a second.
- One-click auto updating capability.
- Community-based library of virtual apps with possibility to vote and provide feedback about apps.
- Ghost Capture: allows building virtual packages by installing applications directly into a virtual sandbox, without affecting the real computer.
- Hot-patching feature capability: allows updating virtual applications while in use.
- Launcher mode: providing a launcher menu for virtual apps.
- Windows 8 compatibility.
- Virtualization engine improved and faster.
- Multi-language support: English, Spanish, French.
- And more…
Cameyo 2.0 integrates with Windows Azure cloud infrastructure for offering cloud capabilities. The official release is planned for Q3 2012.
Cameyo is a popular application virtualization product bringing innovation and simplicity into its field. Since its launch a year and a half ago, it has been the fastest growing application virtualization product, and has been selected by PC Magazine among the best free virtualization products of 2011 and 2012. Among its most notable innovations are: online cloud packaging technology, one-click packaging, virtual shell integration. Cameyo’s mission is to make Windows applications easy to try, use, move and remove.
A video presentation of Cameyo is available on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSZQzKR9mZE
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