Vuze To Go: Portable Version of Vuze Released
Article by George Norman
On 11 May 2009
Vuze, the BitTorrent client that some of you might remember from back in the day when it was called Azureus, has recently been released as a portable version. The software is called “Vuze to Go”, employs the Ceedo application virtualization technology, and comes with a price tag of just under $10 – a free trial of the PC version is available though.

The release of Vuze to Go (VTG) made sense since a recent survey indicated that 72% of Vuze users own a portable hard drive. Now you can simply store VTG on a flash drive, or external (portable) hard disk, and take it with you no matter where you want to go. VTG will even work on systems that do not have Java, because VTG takes uses Ceedo virtualization technology to do away with the need of installing Java.

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“We’ve invested in creating a portable solution that has an entirely different ease-of-use relative to any other solution in the market. We believe that if we’re solving a real problem in an elegant way, our users will be willing to pay for it,” said Vuze Director of Marketing, Chris Thun.

Vuze to Go feature list:
- Installs on any portable drive.
- You can download videos from any computer, including your work computer, or a public computer.
- Provides full Vuze functionality, but leaves no footprint on the PC it is being used on.
- Your videos and Vuze on the same drive, anywhere you need to be.

If you would like to get Vuze to Go, a download location is available here.

In related torrent news, Burger King has rolled out an ad that likens its hamburgers with online piracy. The ad literally says BK hamburgers are “like downloading music from the internet, only legal” – additional details available here.



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