Alternatives to Deep Freeze for all platforms with Free or Open Source License

  • Reboot Restore Rx icon

    Reboot Restore Rx

    Reboot Restore Rx™ is a Freeware utility that makes it easy to maintain PC’s in small public access computing environments...

    Freemium Windows

  • Comodo Time Machine icon

    Comodo Time Machine Discontinued

    Comodo Time Machine (CTM) allows non-commercial users to quickly restore their entire system to an earlier point in time (including...

    Free Windows

    • This is very good! even better than deep freeze itself!!! very useful!
      Guest 11/16/2015
  • Steadier State

    Steadier State is the fastest and easiest way to restore Windows 7 to an earlier snapshot. Each user creates files and installs...

    Free Windows

  • Rollback Rx icon

    Rollback Rx

    RollBack Rx client is a robust system restore utility that enables home users and IT professionals to easily restore a PC to a time...

    Freemium Windows

    • Rollback rx does the exact same... restore system on every restart automatically
      andyroddick0797 3/17/2016
    • Deep Freeze keeps an image of the system and reverts any changes upon reboot. Rollback is a system restore program not intended to be used in an enterprise environment, which is what Deep Freeze does.
      Guest 2/12/2016
  • Dafturn Ofris

    Dafturn Ofris, Freeze from Indonesia, is an open source application that can freeze your Linux, like Deep Freeze in Microsoft...

    Free Linux

  • Wioski

    Wioski is a self-healing kiosk-computer running Windows 7 / 8. It’s made with standard Microsoft technologies and is distributed...

    Free Windows

  • fsprotect icon

    fsprotect

    fsprotect is a set of scripts, customized for debian systems that protect existing filesystems. It uses the AUFS filesystem and...

    Free Linux

  • Lethe icon

    Lethe Discontinued

    Lethe is a Deep Freeze -like partition freezing software for Debian GNU/Linux and Lihuen GNU/Linux...

    Open Source Linux

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