Windows SteadyState, successor to the Shared Computer Toolkit, is designed to make life easier for people who set up and maintain shared computers.
SteadyState gives you control over that the users of your computer have the ability to do. This tool is very useful when you have kids who like to install everything they come across. Learn what Windows SteadyState is and how to get it in this guide.
An easy way to manage multiple users
You can manage whole groups of users as single user accounts. The new Windows SteadyState console makes it easier than ever to create and modify user profiles.
A locked-down platform for stable shared computing
Not every computer user should have access to every software capability. Your system can be more stable and consistent when you limit user access to control panel functions, network resources, and other sensitive areas.
Set it and forget it
Once you have everything set up the way you want it, you can share the computer and rest easy. Any changes a user might make to the configuration or hard disk can be undone by simply restarting the machine.
Get Windows SteadyState
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