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Faronics releases Deep Freeze Mac 3.0

updated 09:00 am EDT, Fri May 12, 2006

Deep Freeze Mac 3.0

Faronics has announced the release of Deep Freeze Mac 3.0, it software that instantly protects and preserves original computer configurations, eliminating routine maintenance, while allowing complete unrestricted access to the computer. The company says that regardless of the changes made to a workstation, a simple restart resets the computer to its original state. Version 3.0 now offers "ThawSpace" capability, allowing users to save documents and retain changes persistently across restarts. Administrators can create a personal ThawSpace for each user or a shared Global ThawSpace accessible to all users, adding more flexibility when saving data. In addition, it features a new Scheduled maintenance, allowing administrators to configure a maintenance period for Deep Freeze to automatically perform Apple Software Updates. Deep Freeze users can now enjoy all the benefits of a Frozen Mac OS X system while saving data locally and keeping current with Apple Software Updates. Single-user pricing is $45, while volume discounts start at $27 per user.

by MacNN Staff



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