Combat Virus

Is it possible to boot a computer from a read-only volume to combat viruses etc?

Is it possible to boot from a read-only volume that has the OS and the executables on it and configure the OS so that nothing harmful could be installed?

For example, this could be useful in a computer lab that, at the present time, isn't networked at all for fear of catching viruses, etc.

There are some version of Linux which are just that- you boot from a read-only CD and the OS is thereby insulated against viruses.

Unfortunately, Windows must write to the hard drive in addition to read from it... virtual memory, temporary files etc.

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