Faronics Deep Freeze To Preserve Your PC

Faronics Deep Freeze works by freezing a computer's hard disk to prevent unwelcome or unwanted changes made to the computer. It is a patented technology that ensures 100% workstation recovery with every restart without saving any image. To keep software updates and user profile exempt from Deep Freeze, one can redirect data to a thawed drive and partition. Deep Freeze simplifies maintenance tasks for computer and IT management. It is part of the Faronics Software Suite.

Faronics Deep Freeze reduces IT helpdesk requests and costs by 63% by making computer configurations indestructible. It does this by ensuring each and every desktop, laptop, and server always remains in its perfect, original operating state that it was deployed in.

This is especially useful for businesses with multiple computers and servers to maintain. It provides a configurable, automated and added security solution for computer's image cloning and restore.

In terms of a more domestic use, it helps ensure performance. For example, one normally would need to format a windows pc from anywhere between 6 – 12 months due to slow down and various other issues. Plus, one don’t have to defragment your computer anymore when using deep freeze.

When a computer is wreaked havoc by security vulnerabilities, users can easily restore it back to its original state.

Deep Freeze is user friendly and fully integrated with Faronics Anti-Virus solution. Faronics anti-virus works in hand with windows defender and has firewall.

It supports SCSI, ATA, SATA, and IDE hard drives for image storage and FAT, FAT32, NTFS, basic and dynamic disks file systems. Operations can be performed on a network environment and even over the WAN with web based console interface. It offers silent install option for rapid network deployment.

Faronics is available from Meissa Group.

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