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Faronics Deep Freeze vs PC SAFEGUARD in Windows 7

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I have used Faronics Deep Freeze with much success in lab/ business center environments.  Now I am getting ready to deploy some Windows 7 pc's in the same type of environment.

I'm looking for opinions on the Win 7 analogous tool, which I believe is called PC SAFEGUARD.  

Specifically, do the native Windows 7 tools perform as well as DEEP FREEZE?   Is it as easy to setup and configure?    

TIA for any replies. mw
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Deep Freeze is much better than any windows 7 tool.
Generally Windows and Microsoft products are full of flaws and bugs which are much less secure.
You will find it easier to setup than Windows also.

Hope this helps.
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OK,  I was hoping that by the current version of Windows, MS would get this right.  No big deal.  Will go ahead and continue with Faronics Deep Freeze.  Thanks.  
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