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mridang_agarwal

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Hi Everyone,
I have another question (sorry for posting so frequently and randomly). I use quite a few video utilities thats need to be installed. I dont use these applications on a regular basis and hence i don't want them cluttering my program files folder etc. Is there any way i could convert them into stand-alone applications that don't require to be installed just run directly from their location. As far as i know the utilities I'm talking about are very lightweight and don't do too much heavy duty stuff with the registry or DLL's.
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If they ran without an install, it would probably be an option

The programme files folder isn't somewhere you should need to visit each day

You could disable their start up entry
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