When the Wizpy USB device boots up, it tricks the computer into seeing it as a CD-ROM drive, which enables the Linux kernel to run instead of, say, Windows or Mac OS. All OS settings and users’ documents remain within Wizpy, leaving no record or file imprint behind on the host computer’s hard drive.
December 27, 2006
TurboLinux Device May Jump-Start OS Migration (about the Wizpy USB device)
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