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Sorry if the title doesn't really give an overview of what this is. I need an application that can do a system snapshot. Here's the story. I have deepfreeze installed right now. And its activated. If I install an application then restart. It won't commit to the hard disk. What I want to do now, is to be able to create a system snapshot while the application is installed. And to be able to call that snapshot and use that certain application. This is because I only have limited space on my disk. And I only want to install the apps that I use everyday. Do you have an idea on how I can achieve something like that?

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wouldn't the snapshot use as much space as the real installation? – StampedeXV Jul 29 '10 at 6:55
I'm going to put the snapshot in an external hd. which has greater space. I just don't want to clutter the registry with program files. – soul Jul 29 '10 at 7:22

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