Firefox Portable: One of the worst things about having to use someone else’s browser is it is not configured the way you want it. With Firefox portable, you can install Firefox on your USB drive and configure it with all the add-ons and extensions you want so your browsing experience never changes.
Thunderbird Portable: The second annoyance of having to use someone else’s computer is not being able to check your email. However, Thunderbird can be custom tailored just like Firefox to provide you with a seamless email experience just as you would get at home.Download: http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable
Portable Apps Suite: This suite makes it possible to arrange all of your portable apps into a start menu like interface so that when you plug your USB drive into any computer, it is almost like running an OS on top of an OS. With this installed on the drive, you have specified document folders that are organized according to type so there’s no more hunting around on the drive for important files.Download: http://portableapps.com/suite
OpenOffice Portable: Getting work done while you are outside the office or your home computer can be a pain, especially if the computer you are using does not have Microsoft Office installed on it. You can alleviate this problem by using Open Office, which is compatible with all of Microsoft’s proprietary file extensions. When integrated with Portable Apps Suite, it completes the productivity experience on any computer, as you have access to a word processor, spreadsheet manager, and database manager.
Pidgin Portable: Keeping up with friends across multiple chat networks is hard enough on your home computer, so instead of installing GTalk, AIM, Yahoo, and MSN on your portable device, simply install Pidgin to manage all the services from one unique program. Pidgin will remember your settings across multiple sessions on any computer, making it the perfect way to communicate with friends when you’re not on your main machine.
Avast! Portable Anti-Virus Scanner: Protecting yourself while you’re on a foreign computer is of top priority, which is why you need to include an anti-virus to round off your USB drive portable apps. Avast! is one of the top anti-viruses for computers and this portable app will scan and detect viruses and worms and remove them. This is very good for diagnosing problems on other PCs.
I Forgot to Save Word Document, How to Get it Back ?
By default it saves a “backup” of the file every 10 minutes. Unless you’ve modified this option, you should be able to recover the most recent version of the backup file. But this option works only for Word 2003 and above.
How to Recover Content from Unsaved Word Document ?
From Searching Temp Folders
You Can easily find unsaved word file from a temporary folder on your C: Drive. In fact you can find many recently edited files here.
C:Documents and SettingsuniquetricksApplication DataMicrosoftWord
C:Documents and SettingsuniquetricksLocal SettingsTemp
These are Hidden Files. Look for the most recent files here and probably you will find it.
Auto Recovery Feature in Word 2007
This is an amazing feature in word 2007. When you open Microsoft word once again after any sudden power loss orsystem crash. Word 2007 will try to recover the lost data automatically !
In fact this is the best way and the only way to get back your word file.
Make Sure you Never Lose your Word Data in Future
Go to Word and Click Word Options
Click on Advanced Tab and check Always create backup copy then Allow background saves that will help you to recover files automatically in the future.