A recent report by Cisco found that 91% of desktop exploits were related to Java vulnerabilities. Installing Java on the desktop is a nuisance for users and administrators as well as a major security risk. But Java applications are still common and useful. What’s a user (or IT manager) to do?
Stop installing Java!
Build preconfigured versions of IE, Chrome, or Firefox with Browser Studio and embed Java within the browser.
These browsers work on any Windows operating system, and Java-dependent web apps will run exactly as if you had Java installed on your host desktop.
Read on to learn more about how Browser Studio works.
For businesses that don’t want to redevelop web applications during an OS migration, Spoon-virtualized browsers offer an excellent solution. Spoon browsers can run on any system regardless of Windows version, so businesses can upgrade their operating systems without losing the functionality of vital web browsers like Internet Explorer 8.
Now Spoon Browser Studio makes it even simpler to create and deploy a custom virtualized version of any browser, including legacy versions of Internet Explorer.
Read on to see how easy it is to build, run, and share your own customized IE8.
We’re excited to reveal Browser Studio, the world’s first self-service tool for creating custom virtual browsers! In just a few minutes, Browser Studio can build and launch any version of Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox with runtimes and plugins embedded directly into the virtual environment. Users can add their favorite extensions, set their homepage, and save their browsers to their Spoon.net accounts.
Read on to see how it works or try it right now at browserstudio.com.
We’re excited to announce a fresh, more usable Spoon for your desktop.
Along with a visual redesign, we’ve packed in some fantastic new features, including quicker access to legacy application versions and search that works for both your Spoon and local software.