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Can I use Windows SteadyState to replace AV software?

Discussion in 'General Software' started by beyond_amusia, Nov 26, 2008.

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    I got an older PC given to me last night and I installed Windows FLP (stripped down XP Pro) on it, and I intend for it to sit in my living room as a PC that can be used for web surfing. It only has 96MB of RAM, so I don't want to put anything on there to make it any slower. Would it be possible to use Windows SteadyState to replace anti virus software since it reverts the hard drive on each reboot?

    EDIT: It's basically gonna be a computer to keep everyone else off of mine.
     
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