Windows SteadyState – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Windows SteadyState formerly Shared Computer Toolkit is a discontinued freeware tool developed by Microsoft that gives administrators enhanced options for configuring shared computers, such as hard drive protection and advanced user management. It is primarily designed for use on computers shared by many people, such as internet cafes, schools, libraries etc.

via Windows SteadyState – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Works only with XP and Vista. But still quite useful.

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