So, my situation is as follows, during my weekly routine I have to transition between several computers, work, college plus home-laptop, work-laptop and sometimes sister's laptop.
In college in special I'll might end up with a different computer on a daily basis, and while we have some tools necessary, it becomes a common chore to install Git and some IDE I need to actually get work done.
Yesterday I decided to make a portable generic thumb drive.
I quickly added some portable apps I always need, like Git, Dev-Cpp and notepad++.
I realized that it'd be nice to have a portable app thumb drive could work in Linux AND Windows, specially because I could have my personal favourite terminal in Linux perfectly configured, and have my Windows Git Bash with its own configuration - but maybe both might call some specific git settings, like proxy.
So, is it possible to have files that would run in a linux distro AND files that would run in a windows os without partitioning the drive?