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1 Million downloads between SteadyState v1 and v2 !!!

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  • SteadyState v1 and v2 hits 1 million downloads !!!

    Powerful software tools to more effectively and safely manage shared computers

     

    To our SteadyState Community, thank you so much for blogging about SteadyState, posting pod-casts, and even dedicating chapters about SteadyState in your books. SteadyState is now on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SteadyState Please feel free to add more!

     

    Because of your on-going support and word of month, we have reached 1 million downloads between Shared Computer Toolkit (v1) and SteadyState (v2).

     

    Totaling 1 Millions downloads on Genuine Windows XP, SteadyState V1 and V2 has provided shared access administrators and users in schools, community centers, libraries, and Internet cafés with a great Windows computing experience.

      

    The SteadyState team is working hard to ensure that v2.5 supportingv Windows XP and now Windows Vista will be a solid release. Expect the SteadyState 2.5 RTM early Spring!

     

    Thank you! 

    The Microsoft Shared Access Team 

    quarta-feira, 5 de março de 2008 22:53

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    "LOL, I didnt even know there were 2 versions of steady state

    Unless V1 is the shared toolkit?"

     

    You're exactly right. Version 1 is the Shared Toolkit. With version 2 the name was changed to Windows SteadyState.

     

    Bill

    segunda-feira, 17 de março de 2008 19:03

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  • This is great news!

     

    quinta-feira, 6 de março de 2008 00:05
  • LOL, I didnt even know there were 2 versions of steady state Surprise

    Unless V1 is the shared toolkit?
    quinta-feira, 6 de março de 2008 08:18
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    "LOL, I didnt even know there were 2 versions of steady state

    Unless V1 is the shared toolkit?"

     

    You're exactly right. Version 1 is the Shared Toolkit. With version 2 the name was changed to Windows SteadyState.

     

    Bill

    segunda-feira, 17 de março de 2008 19:03
  • It is past early spring, what is the ETA on the Vista supported version?
    terça-feira, 3 de junho de 2008 20:02
  • So with that many people using the product how could it be unsupported in Win7?
    quinta-feira, 24 de junho de 2010 17:38
  • congrats my friends!!


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    quinta-feira, 3 de março de 2011 05:50
  • Sorry for replying later here. That is great to hear that Windows steadystate has completed the huge milestone. But why they not updated it to support the latest version of Windows like 7 and 8? Because of it phased out, we were using Deep Freeze software in school's computer lab. It is like a Windows Steadystate providing more advanced features like MBR protection, kernel level reboot to restore etc. We liked it. Though it is not free but worth to spend the money on it as it is concerned with system security. 
    quinta-feira, 19 de setembro de 2013 15:28