virutalisation comparison

Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by harshisthere, Nov 27, 2011.

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  1. harshisthere

    harshisthere Registered Member

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    shadow defender vs wondershare time freeze which is better in protection.

    If there is any other software which does not have any crap like antivirus then please suggest

    I need a software which does not require a reboot to start because i use it only when i insert usb drives and is there any software which can retain the changes after reboot but remove it after that because during some software test it requires a reboot and this feature will be helpful.

    1 more question does deep freeze offer better protection because it requires to reboot for the protection to be started
     
  2. happysunny

    happysunny Registered Member

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    Re: virutalisation comaprison

    I am using the Toolwiz Timefreeze(called the Btows Timefreeze before), it is free and has all the features that Wondershare has. It can enter/exit the protection on the fly. this is a very unique function to make the virtualization easy to use.
     
  3. ichito

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    Re: virutalisation comaprison

    It's hard to say "A" is better than "B"...both virtualisers have some different features. SD can virtualise all disks in your machine...USB drive also...WTF only system disk. SD has "exclusion list" and "commit now" list, and WTF has not...but WTF has folder protection - it could be good way to protect files/folders in other disk.
    Can Toolwiz protect folders in other disk?...I didn't see that...and BTW - WTF and SD can save the changes without reeboting also.
     
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