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Why does my computer erases any changes made after I shut down my comp

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When I shut down my computer after I have deleted or cleaned up my computer of unwanted files, somehow everything I had deleted gets reverted back when my computer gets turned back on. How can I make sure that whatever I have deleted stays deleted and whatever I want to keep, remains on my computer. Please help, this is driving me crazy. It seems as if the computer resets itself to the previous way it was, and that whatever I did prior to my shutting it down, everything gets reverted back to the way it was. I have had to reset password and some other things because of this problem. Can you please assist me in any way you can in an attempt in trying to stop this problem. I will appreciate any help. Thanks. Naya
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this is unusual unless you install deepfreeze.
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