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  • CloudMe icon


    CloudMe is a free and open service to sync, store and make all your files available in the cloud through an easy to use Blue Folder. Having all your files in the...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Android iPhone Chrome OS

  • ZeroPC Cloud Navigator icon

    ZeroPC Cloud Navigator

    The ZeroPC ‘Lifetime Desktop in the Cloud” enables users to move their full desktop experience online, unify, consolidate and manage all of their digital content into...

    Commercial Web Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

    • Discontinued The service has been discontinued on 2017. See notice on homepage:
    • Not open source, not free, can't be installed on a LAMP server, hosted solution and not downloadable Guest • Jun 2016 Disagree   Agree
  • Oneye icon


    Oneye is a takeover of the legacy series one from the eyeos project. This new project is powered by the community around the web desktop eyeos one. We feel responsible...

    Free Open Source Web

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  • qube-os icon


    qube-os is a Cloud Computing Operating System. it completely web based. for users qube-os is a free online computer accessible from any device and any browsers. ...

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux Web Windows Mobile Android iPhone iPad

  • MyGOYA icon


    MyGOYA is a free online operating system. Your own personal desktop can be accessed from any Internet PC in the world and includes e-mail, chat, filesharing, calendar...

    Free Web

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    • Discontinued Please refer to: the support for this service has been discontinued as off: 31.07.201
  • Doky icon


    Doky is the Cloud Operating System Web 3.0 based on open-source . Cloud Computing Desktop is a platform built on open standards

    Freemium Web

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eyeOS Comments

Comment by gemarrs
about eyeOS · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

At this point in time, I prefer eyeOS over other cloud computers simply for its speed and elegance. It's simple, loads fast (tested impressively on dial-up!), very flexible, and open-source. This means that not only can you have it on eyeOS's public server, but you can download your very own and host in somewhere else. In this way, you can modify it in almost anyway you choose, adding your own desktop themes, applications, etc. These are all features that I havn't seen on any of the other virtual computer services.