Virtualize Your Applications with Spoon Studio
Run your applications with no installs, dependencies, or conflicts. Deploy in standalone EXEs, with Spoon Server, or on Spoon.net.
Spoon Studio packages virtual applications that are easy to deploy and manage—no installs, dependencies, or conflicts.
Our interface is simple to use, with power for customization where you need it. Guided wizards easily create custom application packages, and pre-configured templates capture common applications in just a few clicks.
Spoon-packaged apps can be deployed on desktops, from the cloud, or through a Spoon Server web portal.
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Embed runtime dependencies such as .NET, Java, AIR, and SQL CE directly into virtual applications. Launch on completely clean desktops. Read More
Spoon allows legacy applications such as Internet Explorer 6 to execute on Windows 7 and 8, unblocking operating system rollouts and assuring business continuity. Read More
Virtualize both 32-bit and 64-bit applications, databases such as SQL Server, services such as IIS, as well as DCOM and SxS. Read More
Application templates and the new Desktop Import wizard allow painless migration of applications. Or, use setup capture to virtualize custom applications. Read More
Applications run in isolated sandboxes, eliminating conflicts, administrator privilege requirements, and other sources of application failure. Launch multiple application versions side-by-side. Read More
Migrating from ThinApp
Spoon Studio provides single-click migration for existing virtual app configurations, including ThinApp. For a limited time.Download Datasheet
Simplify your upgrade to Windows 7 and 8
Spoon Studio makes OS migrations painless. Bring your legacy applications - even browsers - with you.
Legacy browsers on any operating system
With Spoon Studio's virtualized applications, you can deploy and use multiple versions of Internet Explorer on the same system - even on Windows 7 and 8.
Manage and use Java securely
Spoon applications include everything you need to run that program, including dependencies like Java and .NET. Your organization can manage Java securely because it is only running when applications require it.