Lock down Windows configuration

Windows SteadyState helps you keep shared computers in a school computer lab, an Internet café, a library, or even your home running the way that you want them to, even when many people regularly use them.

Note: As of December 31, 2010, Windows SteadyState is no longer available for download through Microsoft. Microsoft will continue to provide support until June 30, 2011. After that, support will be limited to the resources that are listed in the “Related Resources” section of their support article linked below.

Microsoft Support Article on SteadyState

Download SteadyState 2.5 from cnet

A few alternatives: Faronics Deep Freeze costs $45 per PC for a one-year package. HDGUARD takes a more hard-drive-centric approach to the problem, from $34 per PC.

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