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Palm Quick Install

If you are looking for Palm Quick Install, you have come to the right place. We explain what Palm Quick Install is and point you to the official download.

What is Palm Quick Install?

Developed by Palm International, Inc., the Palm Quick Install is a stand-alone program used to augment the speed of transferring files between a personal computer and Palm OS handhelds. Without the need of launching synchronization process, the Palm Quick Install mounts the .pdb or the .prc files into memory straight away. by means of hitting the .prc file icon, the users can initiate working on it instantly, without requiring executing the lengthy HotSync process.

Users can install files or applications within Palm Desktop software by facilitating Palm Quick Install program. To do so, users may either use the commands in the Palm Quick Install window, or by dragging and dropping the application onto the Palm Quick Install icon. The Palm Quick Install program is available solely for Windows.

To summarize, the Palm Quick Install is designed to make the installation of files and application much faster and easier, when synchronizing process also takes place. The Palm Quick Install provides an intuitive interface in which users can easily navigate the entire program.

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File types supported by Palm Quick Install

Our users primarily use Palm Quick Install to open these file types:

About file types supported by Palm Quick Install

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Last updated: : January 20, 2013