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Access your data from anywhere using Desktoptwo, a Online operation system
January 19, 2007, 2:49 pm
Filed under: Google, Internet/Web2.0, Technology

Desktoptwo is a free web-based desktop, webtop or WebOS that mimics the look, feel and functionality of a local computer, all contained within one browser window and fully accessible from any Internet-connected device.

Desktop user screen
Desktoptwo, is in beta stage, allows you to access your personal information, programs and applications in one easy-to-use, feature-rich location and, because all you need is a web browser to access your account. No installation is required to use Desktoptwo(hence leaves no trace behind) this means you can access your personal information from your office, where access to C drive(Windows) is denied. Desktoptwo is flash based application which gives rich experience to user.

With Desktoptwo you can store files(upload your files from your local hard drive or from internet) upto 1 GB(free) other features also available like mail, addres book, blog, IM, MP3 player, RSS reader, live chat, file sharing, adobe reader, xls file, open office suite etc. (full features here). You can even search web using Google search present at bottom right side of your account screen.

Google search within Desktoptwo user account
Once you signed up with Desktoptwo a ID will be provided to your e.g. you can check your disk usage clicking the ifno box beside Google search bar and to sign out click on you username button(resembles to windows start menu) on left bottom side and select close session. Sign up to


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