Auto Update

You’ve all been quite clear about requesting an AutoUpdate feature for Cameyo’d apps. You asked for simplicity, which is something we value a lot at Cameyo. This feature has been developed & ready, but for now it is only available for one specific virtual application: Cameyo itself! The latest Cameyo build (2.0.873) contains a new …

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After Cameyo 2, what’s next?

It must be the word-of-mouth effect; there are many more of you downloading Cameyo today than 6 months ago when Cameyo 2 was released. Can we rest now? Hell, no! In the past few months we’ve worked harder than ever, to give you even more technology inside Cameyo. So here’s what’s coming next: FAST: virtual apps will …

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How the Stuxnet virus inspired Cameyo’s next version

Writing viruses & malware is among the less honorable activities a developer can do. Not only because it blindly targets random users (=vandalism), but also because 99% of virus writers just modify existing samples, without truly being the “genius geeks” that some people think they are. Yet from time to time some virus creations stand out …

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Cameyo 2.0 (geeks only!)

Cameyo 2.0 is now out of Beta. It is now linked to the cloud Cameyo Online service & library, supports Windows 8, and brings many goodies which you can read here. I won’t go over these in this article. Instead, I would like to take you on a tour into an advanced aspect of Cameyo 2.0 …

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Welcome, Windows 8 !

Cameyo 2.0 will support Windows 8. But beyond that, I would like to show you a prototype of Cameyo Metro – a Metro-style console designed to let you deploy & manage Cameyo apps on different computers. Be it your company’s IT, or your friends & family, you can now deploy virtual apps without having to …

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Cameyo 2.0 Beta

The latest Cameyo 2.0 Beta contains a secret feature. No, it’s not the clicking-on-the-logo trick (which now displays the version number). It’s virtual services & drivers support. It is hidden because it’s still experimental. Not sure whether it will be unhidden for the official 2.0 version yet. To activate it with apps generated by build >= …

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