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Yes, I can see it, but then I don't understand it:

File-Based Write Filter (FBWF) enables redirection of all changes made to a protected volume to an in-memory overlay. This provides system designers with the option of discarding all changes made to a system in a manner that is transparent to user applications. 


As far as I understand it I could set all the windows files to be protected and then no problem would happen...

I understand it to be like a steadystate but for newer Oses...

Am I understanding it wrong?

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