Business Insider reports the new feature, called “Windows 8 To Go”, will slurp all of your OS settings, installed software, and presumably (we hope?) files onto a USB drive. Plug it in to any other Windows computer — even running an older version — and it’ll be like you’re on your home system. We’re not sure what the spec requirements for a host computer will be (or how much storage will be needed on each flash drive), but this is a killer, convenient idea. [Business Insider]
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