Some members, think I'm a fan of FDISR. I'm not. Fan means "fanatic" and fanatics don't think in the right proportions anymore. It's a light form of madness. I'm too cold, to be a fan. The only thing that interests me in a software are the shortcomings, I consider the rest as normal. After leaving the malware forum SWI and knowing how much misery malware can cause on computers, I joined Wilders with only one goal : get rid of malware as quick as possible without doing anything. The problem was, which software was able to do this job. First I had ShadowUser in mind, later on FDISR and it took me a year freetime to use it right. FDISR is an ISR-software that requires imagination of the user. Turn off/on frozen mode doesn't require any imagination : it's on or off and that's it. It's not only about FDISR, I had to solve other problems first, that had nothing to do with FDISR and I had to search for the right combination and the right order of doing things. I also needed a faster Image Backup software, like ShadowProtect. The final result is that I have now a system, that repairs and cleans itself automatically. 1. I don't run any AV/AS/AT/AK/AR-scanner anymore. 2. I don't run any cleaning tools anymore (registry, history, junk) In fact, I don't do anything anymore than reboot. I also don't have to waste my time on solving problems anymore. No research, no readings, no questions, no problem posts, no disaster posts, no waiting, no nothing. My clean archives solve all these problems, they are doctors, that heal my system constantly. FDISR is a time saver for me all the way. All I do is work and play. Does it work ? Last month I ran every popular scanner, not one scanner, like most users have on board, but many. They couldn't detect anything, not even a cookie or MRU. I don't consider this as an absolute proof, but it's a good indication. In other words I have something what every less-knowledgeable user only can dream about, but doesn't have. I only need to read the problem posts at Wilders and other forums to confirm it. Is it perfect ? NO it isn't, that's why I'm still not happy, in spite of what I have already. - missing multiple frozen snapshots in FDISR. - missing on demand schedules in FDISR. - missing protection against low level HDD changes in FDISR. - missing protection against BIOS/CMOS changes in FDISR. - missing protection against stuff, I don't know yet in FDISR. Why would I be a fan of FDISR, if all these problems are still not solved and will never be solved ? I have now a dead software on board, that has no future anymore. Hopeless. In the future, I have to find an alternative and start all over again. Frankly, I never saw a software that does its job COMPLETELY, not even when it's technical possible, there is always something missing. It's not only FDISR, most softwares suck. And the worst thing is : I can't do anything about it. I don't have that problem at work. So never call me a fan of any software again.