Sugar on a stick can now be used on any old PC.

Software originally developed for the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) project, can be run from a USB drive to give aging PCs a new interface and access to collaborative software.

The latest release allows anyone to run the software from a 1GB USB stick. It includes 40 programs, including a word processor, drawing application and games. It can be run on Linux machines, as well as Macs and Windows PCs. Recent Mac users and older Windows machines must use an additional "helper CD" to allow the computer to boot-up from the USB stick. For more information or to download, visit the site here Opens a new browser window

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