Windows SteadyState Phased Out on December 31st

Microsoft announced that "Windows SteadyState will be phased out effective December 31, 2010. Microsoft will no longer support Windows SteadyState after June 30, 2011. After June 30, 2011, support will be limited to the resources that are listed under the Related Resources section, in this article," said Microsoft in KB2390706."Windows SteadyState helps you keep multiple […]

Microsoft announced that "Windows SteadyState will be phased out effective December 31, 2010. Microsoft will no longer support Windows SteadyState after June 30, 2011. After June 30, 2011, support will be limited to the resources that are listed under the Related Resources section, in this article," said Microsoft in KB2390706.

"Windows SteadyState helps you keep multiple computers in a school computer lab, an Internet caf

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