...and another thing Eaz-Fix doesn't seem to sell to commercial end users like ourselves, they do corporate and overseas sales, primarily. Rollback RX sells to individual users and its product release levels seem to be the earliest of the two vendors (sometimes not such a good thing ). Another thing to mention... Rollback RX (also Eaz) has, in the past, been upended by certain Microsoft updates, blown out of the water as they say (made unBOOTable with loss of snapshots). In the pre-W10 days, HDS (Horizon DataSys) had their users TURN OFF those automatic updates until HDS cleared those updates for installation. With the advent of W10 HOME, this "supported" capability of stopping MicroSloth updates has been removed from the OS (there are claims that unsupported patches are available for the OS to assist the user in these endeavors) and as a result, the original risk of losing your system due to certain updates is now back, and with a vengence. The November 2015 major W10 update killed many Rollback RX-based systems following the update... some survived, it all depends on your system configuration (UEFI-GPT vs BiOS-MBR, MicroSloth SYSTEM RESERVED PARTITION, Microsoft RECOVERY PARTITION, etc.).