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    I have a personal computer that only myself and family use. Recently our computer crashed and lost everything. Someone told us about SteadyState. We downloaded it and went on doing our thing. When I logged back on the next day all my favorates, email addresses, etc. were gone. I am assuming when I turn on the computer SteadyState gets rid of everything I just enter the day before. So it doesn't just boot out the junk stuff it erases the stuff you want to keep also. My question is how do I save the stuff I want to keep and get rid of the stuff I don't?
    Saturday, September 20, 2008 5:22 PM



    Hi Annemaria, have you enabled Windows Disk Protection in Windows SteadyState? If you choose the option to delete changes after you restart the computer, those changes will not be retained including the changes to favorites unless you choose the option to save changes before logging of or restarting. Windows SteadyState only allows user to save all the changes or remove all the changes.
    Monday, September 22, 2008 9:08 AM