After trying Returnil (hard conflict with 'hibernate), DeepFreeze (quite happy with it, over all), I'd like to give Windows SteadyState a go, after all it's an in house product, it shouldn't create any conflict, and last but not least, free for legitimate users of Windows. Does anybody have any experience with it even running XP, how effective it is, and most importantly how tight is the sandbox to malware attack? I have a good feeling, reading the manual one has the impression of having to learn a lot, in practice setting up the program for only the administrator it simplifies the whole procedure. I'm also warming up to the idea of having Windows taking care of itself: Windows Firewall, UAC, Windows Defender, Windows SteadyState, not a 'suite' but well integrated in the OS (I know quite a number of people will probably cringe reading this). As usual it would be nice to have some feedback.