How to Use Deep Freeze Standard Edition 7.51.020.4170 with Permanent 17
Deep Freeze is a software that helps you protect your computer from unwanted changes and malicious attacks. It works by freezing your system configuration and restoring it to the original state every time you reboot. This way, you can enjoy a consistent and trouble-free computing experience, while saving time and money on IT maintenance.
However, some users may want to keep some changes on their computers, such as personal files, settings, or updates. This is where Permanent 17 comes in handy. Permanent 17 is a tool that allows you to create a Thawed partition or drive on your computer, where you can store your data and applications that you want to keep permanently. You can also use Permanent 17 to activate Deep Freeze without entering a password.
In this article, we will show you how to use Deep Freeze Standard Edition 7.51.020.4170 with Permanent 17 on your Windows computer.
Step 1: Download and Install Deep Freeze Standard Edition 7.51.020.4170
You can download Deep Freeze Standard Edition 7.51.020.4170 from the official website of Faronics, the developer of Deep Freeze[^1^]. You can also find the release notes and system requirements on the same page.
Once you have downloaded the setup file, run it as an administrator and follow the installation wizard. You will need to accept the license agreement, choose the installation folder, and select the drives that you want to freeze. You will also need to set a password for Deep Freeze, which you will need to enter every time you want to make changes to your frozen drives.
After the installation is complete, your computer will reboot and Deep Freeze will be activated.
Step 2: Download and Run Permanent 17
You can download Permanent 17 from this Google Drive link[^4^]. It is a small executable file that does not require installation.
Before you run Permanent 17, make sure that your computer is in a Thawed state. To do this, press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+F6 on your keyboard and enter your Deep Freeze password. You will see a yellow icon on your system tray indicating that your computer is Thawed.
Then, run Permanent 17 as an administrator and click on the \"Create ThawSpace\" button. You will see a window where you can choose the size and location of your ThawSpace. A ThawSpace is a virtual drive that is not affected by Deep Freeze and where you can store your data and applications that you want to keep permanently.
After you have created your ThawSpace, click on the \"Activate DF\" button. This will activate Deep Freeze without requiring a password and reboot your computer.
Step 3: Enjoy Your Frozen Computer with a ThawSpace
After your computer reboots, you will see a blue icon on your system tray indicating that your computer is Frozen. This means that any changes made to your frozen drives will be discarded upon reboot.
However, you will also see a new drive letter on your computer corresponding to your ThawSpace. This drive is not frozen and any changes made to it will be permanent. You can use this drive to store your personal files, settings, or updates that you want to keep.
If you want to make changes to your frozen drives, such as installing or uninstalling software, you will need to use Permanent 17 again and click on the \"Thaw DF\" button. This will put your computer in a Thawed state and allow you to make changes. After you are done, click on the \"Activate DF\" button again to freeze your computer.
Deep Freeze Standard Edition 7.51.020.4170 with Permanent 17 is a powerful combination that allows you to protect your computer from unwanted changes and malicious attacks, while also giving you the flexibility to keep some changes permanently on a ThawSpace.
This article has shown you how to use these tools on your Windows computer. However, if you encounter any problems or have any questions, please refer to the official documentation of F ec8f644aee