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Post by Ruhe on 20/6/2010, 14:11

What are the technical differences, advantages and disadvantage between

  • Comodo Time Machine
  • EAZ-FIX
  • RollBack Rx

I already have and used RollBack Rx, and know that CTM is free.
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Post by ssj100 on 20/6/2010, 14:21

Give me a couple of days and I'll eventually (hopefully) get hold of demoneye to reply in this thread - to my knowledge, he's used both EAZ-FIX and Comodo Time Machine extensively. I know he liked them both very much, but prefers EAZ-FIX.

Don't quote me on this, but I thought EAZ-FIX was essentially the same as (or even identical to) RollBack Rx.

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Post by Ruhe on 20/6/2010, 14:27

Also posted here, http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=275320

Are Rollback Rx and EAZ-FIX nearly the same products just distributed by two different companies?
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Post by ssj100 on 20/6/2010, 15:39

And there's your answer:
Both products are exactly the same.

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Post by Ruhe on 20/6/2010, 15:45

ssj100 wrote:And there's your answer:
Both products are exactly the same.
Yes, it came back to my mind after creating the threads.
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