Transfer program any program in your computer Turbo Studio 20.7.1362

Turbo Studio (formerly known as Spoon Studio) - With this app you can combine the files needed to make the app work in a ready-to-use package without publishing. 
The app allows you to create a virtual container and run programs in a virtual environment without installing and making changes to the registry and system. 
Since system and driver updates are constantly being developed to reduce the possibility of errors, applications may need to be rooted in your system and logs in order to keep pace with speed. 
However, with the help of utilities like Spoon Virtual Application Studio, you can combine the files needed to run an application into a ready-to-use package without deployment. 
Work quickly with a customizable wizard

If you don't want to spend a lot of time configuring the files needed to fill in the content, you can run a wizard with many options available.
 The wizard enables you to quickly create a virtual application or virtual media, clear the desktop for applications, choose the device to process, interact with third-party applications using a snapshot, as well as manually configure wizard settings. Set the publishing options manually

In addition, you can dive directly into the abundance of features that the main window gives you access to.
 The side panel allows you to navigate through major areas such as file system, registry, settings, components, and setup, as well as expiration.
 Depending on the category chosen, your workspace provides a large variety of custom settings.

You can include new files that you need to include in the package. What's more, isolation can be set to either full or merge, with the ability to hide components as well, make them read only or disable synchronization.
 Easily include the required components

Switching to the Registry tab allows you to add values ​​and keys or modify existing values ​​so that the application you want to process does not need to change the host record.
 All settings and files can be easily grouped into a basic MSI setup package that publishes your custom settings, as well as file associations and shortcuts on the target computer.

Moreover, the app allows you to define an environment on which your product depends, and organizes system configurations so that it is not required on the published computer.
 Once done, just a few clicks creates the setup package in a dedicated directory. Some last words

With everything in mind, we can say that Spoon Virtual Application Studio is preparing and managing to change the way your applications are published.
 It can be used to remove the need for any other external requirements or simply migrate complete applications and ongoing projects to a new device