Cameyo Runs Windows Applications In The Browser

Cameyo Runs Windows Applications In The Browser

Several years ago, we looked at Cameyo which allowed you to create portable versions of just about any app. The company now offers an even cooler service: running Windows apps in a browser window.

Cameyo comes with a built-in library of many free or open source apps (presumably paid apps will be absent due to licenses). You can also upload your own package files and after a few minutes of processing, you can run the app in its own tab. There are obviously some limitations, since the apps run separately in a virtual environment and you can’t access your entire file system, but you can connect the apps to Dropbox to save your settings and files generated within the app itself.

Cameyo [via Into Windows]

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