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Just copy everything from your Paint.NET folder to your thumb drive.
For clarification of Ash's instruction:

Windows XP and Vista: My Computer > Local Drive (usually C:) > Program Files > Copy the Paint.NET folder.

A portable version will lose you printer functionality and Explorer thumbnailing of *.pdn files, and a small amount of performance. Other than that, Paint.NET will run like normal.

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I asked about this awhile back and someone made a "slimed" down version for me, sry I cant remember who :oops: . But you should prob do this if your gonna put it a zip drive to save space ;)

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My school computers allow the pasting of the paint.net program file, unfortunately, they do not have .net framework. bah. And I'm too lazy to download the installer for that onto my flashdrive until I absolutely need a Graphics program at school that I know how to use for something...they have Photoshop CS2, but I have no idea how to use that...they also have Macromedia Fireworks (and eys, I mean Macromedia...it still says Macromedia in the file and everything, as opposed to Adobe...)

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