Work faster with Turbo.net. Run applications locally in a light-weight isolated container,
or streams apps from the cloud while maintaining a seamless desktop experience.
Run PC apps without virtual machines
Doesn't bog down your PC
Thousands of configurable apps ready to use with no installs
Test multiple versions of apps without conflicts
Transfer sessions to Macs, iPads, and Android tablets
Turbo lets you run apps natively in a light-weight isolated container or in the cloud. Turbo's unique technology makes app behave like natively installed apps no matter where they are running.
This lets you run apps without the slowdowns and memory consumption associated with traditional virtual machine (VM) technology.
Turbo also supports running legacy apps such as Internet Explorer 10 or 9, as well as beta apps, without the need to run a separate virtual machines.
No. Turbo automatically migrates your work to a nearby cloud server and connects your iPad or Android tablet to that session.
Yes. Turbo is great for running legacy browers, plugins, ERP apps, and other line-of-business apps that may require specific versions of Windows®, .NET, Java, or other dependencies.
Turbo supports all major Windows desktop applications and browsers, including applications requiring legacy versions of Java and the .NET Framework; legacy browsers and browser plugins; and major database, web, and application servers.
Turbo also works with most custom line-of-business apps.
Custom apps can be virtualized for use with Turbo.net with Turbo Studio.
To use Turbo for Windows, you'll need:
- Windows 7 SP1 or higher
- 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
- 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
- 200 megabytes (MB) available hard disk space
- Plus application requirements for local launches