I've tried running both. I think someone asked this a while back.I''m not sure if Shadow Defender and Rollback RX Pro can be used on the same pc? (Maybe On Demand only)?
Can someone verify this, i'm interested to know.
If I want to prevent an attck of ransomware?I think it's more appropriate to compare Reboot Restore RX with Shadow Defender since they do more or less the same thing. RollBack RX gives you more flexibility with it's unlimited snapshots, while SD and Reboot Restore have only a baseline which they can revert changes to. With RollBack RX you can test programs which require a system restart, with SD and RRRx you cannot without committing them to the disk first.
You can't go wrong in my opinion whichever one you choose. Just make sure you know the key differences before buying one. Try them all out and see which one suits your needs.
To prevent an attack of ransomware you need to take a snapshot or backup of the state of your computer before the ransomware attack happened. If you get infected while in Shadow mode for example just reboot the computer and your files will be back to normal. With Rollback RX you have to manually take snapshots on your own and know when you are infected to rollback to a previous point in time. It's not difficult you just need to know when to do it.If I want to prevent an attck of ransomware?
Did you try the Pro Edition? I've been using the freeware and the Pro Edition and I notice the Pro Edition is much faster.I do not recommend Rollback RX recently I tried the free version It increased my pc botting time to 7 min. completely crazy and not acceptable then my windows system restore stopped working. When I approached the company they said it is because it is a free version
Very bad practice at least they should have put some sort of warning in their website. Be careful with this software