Hi, I've been trying these two virtualization softwares on a spare computer at home. Their interfaces look somewhat different but deep down they are supposed to do the same. Deep Freeze has the “Boot Frozen” option so you can start running on a “virtual OS”, make changes, reboot and any changes you made or any malware infection would be gone. Shadow Defender, on the other hand, calls this state “Shadow Mode” which is basically the same and does the same as DF. I'd like to go for one of these two but I'd like to know your opinions about which one performs better, let's say in the event of a Trojan/Rootkit infection and then a reboot. I know some here will write that SD is no longer being developed and that version 1.0.331 is shady and the best version would be 1.0325 whereas DF is still being developed. But, putting that ASIDE, which one would be better for a home PC if I had to choose between these two? Thanks in advance for your replies.