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Steadier State c
lears the registry and 100% of computer?
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Does anyone understand that question? I don't.
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Well Steadierstate seems to be a website about :
Steadier State is the fastest and easiest way to restore Windows 7 to an earlier snapshot. At the end of the page it says : email@example.com Online focum : http://www.minasi.com/forum I didnt know that __________________ Just call me the 1000Questionsguy
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Steadier State is something Mark developped. It's a technique to bring a PC in a previous state, very useful for school or kiosk PCs.
Krioggins questions isn't thumb at all. I think the short answer to his question is "yes", or better: the PC isn't cleared but restored from a previous state so everything is exactly as it was before. I never used Steadier State myself though, so I'll leave it to others to answer. __________________ Pieter Demeulemeester
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Yes, any changes to the system hard disk are completely un-done by a Steadier State rollback.
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Oh, and I just realized that I didn't add "... and as the Registry lives in hive files on the system disk then yes, all Registry changes are rolled back."
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