Saturday, March 21, 2009

Windows SteadyState

Here's a free Microsoft's software that pretty much looks like a decent tool to be used in public computers like internet cafe, public library, or a similar setting. I haven't tried it yet but I'm posting a note here so that I might one day. :) It should be fairly simple to test this software package in a virtual machine.

If any of the administrators of a public network have any experience with this (as opposed to some other software package for the same purpose), please let me know.

Windows SteadyState

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