We live in a world where everything must be portable, ranging from mobile applications to making an application able to run on Linux, Windows and OS X. Making a C# application to be completely portable across all windows computers is a problem that Microsoft knows about and willingly admits they will not fix. [Mike] from Geek Republic has taken it upon himself to show us how to hack up some code to make your programs portable. This code is a good push forward for people loving the portability of modern applications. He will admit that bugs may exist so be on the lookout and he would probably appreciate the feedback. Looking forward to a fully working provider so that .NET applications can be carried wherever people go!