Ceedo Personal 4.0.0.12 for Windows

by Ceedo Technologies, Ltd.

Avg. Rating 3.9 (17 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.8 MB
License Shareware, $39.95
Operating System Windows 7/2000/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,761
Publisher Ceedo Technologies, Ltd.
Homepage Ceedo

Publisher's Description

Ceedo Personal is the ultimate portable desktop solution, allowing you to use your applications on any Windows PC, regardless of Windows versions, and with no need for administrator rights.

Zero-Install Plug-'n'-Play Environment with all Your Applications Inside. With Ceedo Personal, you can take your computing experience with you on-the-go. Whether you're across the street or across the globe, Ceedo Personal gives you access to the same familiar applications and content that you're used to using. It's as if you never left home.

Latest Reviews

Santcor

Santcor reviewed v2.1.0.17 on Jul 29, 2010

There is no competitor for Ceedo. Besides a fantastic appearance, it has no rival in convenience and functionality. It is the best resource when planning to have on hand everything that we need. What about the Argo, then? Fantastic. Very safe.

killerookami

killerookami reviewed v2.1.0.17 on Aug 24, 2008

If you decide to purchase Ceedo take note if your vendor ID and Product ID come up as 0 when purchasing a license, then you will not be able to purchase Ceedo for this device. (Check the Vendor and product ID before hand it will still let you purchase but you will get no license.) I had this problem even though the trial installed and worked fine.

keithsa

keithsa reviewed v2.1.0.17 on Mar 9, 2008

I've been using Ceedo for about a year-and-a-half now, and have seen it improve drastically during this time.

When I first began using Ceedo, the lack of support for applications such as MS Office was pretty frustrating, but the Ceedo dev team have put a lot of work into improving the product, and now apps like Office are supported (2000, 2003, and limited support for 2007), and Ulead PhotoImpact are now supported. Right now, Ceedo supports a huge amount of Windows-based applications, and I can only see it getting better.

Sure, As Diam0nd pointed out, Ceedo is fairly pricey, but if like me, you want a solution that allows you to carry all of your applications with you instead of having them tied to your PC, Ceedo is the only game in town! Unlike U3 and Mojopac, Ceedo runs in a limited user account, and especially unlike Mojopac, Ceedo runs in Vista! I can say without any shadow of a doubt that Ceedo has the likes of U3 and PortableApps well and truly beaten.

Maverick_16

Maverick_16 reviewed v2.1.0.17 on Apr 25, 2007

...and just came back after checkin their web site :(
Oh my, they call stuff that has been available FREE and OPEN SOURCE for years, they call it CEEDO REVOLUTIONARY COMPUTING.... what???

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.0.0.4 on Feb 19, 2007

Well, this is definately a leader in PAY usb launchers. It's extremely solid, constantly supported and very feature rich and useful. The only drawback I see is the price. I mean, $30+ $30the Aron plugin (which allows you to install any application directly from an exe-installator) is WAY too much.
As free alternative you might as well try PortableApps.com launcher (http://portableapps.com/) or u3-autorun, an open source project (but you this you gotts to have a u3 stick). They might be not as good or feature rich (I'd say they are just a little bit "worse"), but offering 90% similar features as Ceedo, they are F-R-E-E ;)

Bottom line: Ceedo very good, but pricey ;/

P.S. The latest version is 2.1.0.13. And it supports Vista as well, unlike the damn u3 launchpad ;(

Avg. Rating 3.9 (17 votes)
Your Rating
Santcor

Santcor reviewed v2.1.0.17 on Jul 29, 2010

There is no competitor for Ceedo. Besides a fantastic appearance, it has no rival in convenience and functionality. It is the best resource when planning to have on hand everything that we need. What about the Argo, then? Fantastic. Very safe.

killerookami

killerookami reviewed v2.1.0.17 on Aug 24, 2008

If you decide to purchase Ceedo take note if your vendor ID and Product ID come up as 0 when purchasing a license, then you will not be able to purchase Ceedo for this device. (Check the Vendor and product ID before hand it will still let you purchase but you will get no license.) I had this problem even though the trial installed and worked fine.

keithsa

keithsa reviewed v2.1.0.17 on Mar 9, 2008

I've been using Ceedo for about a year-and-a-half now, and have seen it improve drastically during this time.

When I first began using Ceedo, the lack of support for applications such as MS Office was pretty frustrating, but the Ceedo dev team have put a lot of work into improving the product, and now apps like Office are supported (2000, 2003, and limited support for 2007), and Ulead PhotoImpact are now supported. Right now, Ceedo supports a huge amount of Windows-based applications, and I can only see it getting better.

Sure, As Diam0nd pointed out, Ceedo is fairly pricey, but if like me, you want a solution that allows you to carry all of your applications with you instead of having them tied to your PC, Ceedo is the only game in town! Unlike U3 and Mojopac, Ceedo runs in a limited user account, and especially unlike Mojopac, Ceedo runs in Vista! I can say without any shadow of a doubt that Ceedo has the likes of U3 and PortableApps well and truly beaten.

Maverick_16

Maverick_16 reviewed v2.1.0.17 on Apr 25, 2007

...and just came back after checkin their web site :(
Oh my, they call stuff that has been available FREE and OPEN SOURCE for years, they call it CEEDO REVOLUTIONARY COMPUTING.... what???

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v2.0.0.4 on Feb 19, 2007

Well, this is definately a leader in PAY usb launchers. It's extremely solid, constantly supported and very feature rich and useful. The only drawback I see is the price. I mean, $30+ $30the Aron plugin (which allows you to install any application directly from an exe-installator) is WAY too much.
As free alternative you might as well try PortableApps.com launcher (http://portableapps.com/) or u3-autorun, an open source project (but you this you gotts to have a u3 stick). They might be not as good or feature rich (I'd say they are just a little bit "worse"), but offering 90% similar features as Ceedo, they are F-R-E-E ;)

Bottom line: Ceedo very good, but pricey ;/

P.S. The latest version is 2.1.0.13. And it supports Vista as well, unlike the damn u3 launchpad ;(

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