A simple-to-configure and portable program designed to help you find files hidden by viruses and set file attributes (archive, read-only, hidden, or system)
|Updated||Apr 9th 2014|
Rexsonic Technologie N/A N/A
|Crack Size||529 KB|
Agung's Hidden Revealer is a small Windows application whose purpose is to help you scan your computer and search for files that are hidden by viruses.
Since this is a portable program, it is important to mention that it doesn’t leave any traces in the Windows Registry.
You can copy it on any USB flash drive or other devices, and take it with you whenever you need to identify the items concealed by malicious threats on the breeze, without having to go through installation steps.
Agung's Hidden Revealer offers support for a scanning mode which ensures that the tool searches the entire system for files hidden by viruses. You can also rely on a quick mode for checking the files stored within a user-defined folder.
The tool gives you the possibility to select the partitions that you want to scan, set the attribute for files and folders (archive, read-only, hidden, or system), as well as start or stop the scanning process.
During our testing we have noticed that Agung's Hidden Revealer Crack carries out the scanning operation pretty quickly but this pretty much depends on the number of files found on your disk. Since there aren’t any configuration settings, even less experienced users can set up the dedicated parameters with minimum effort.
All things considered, Agung's Hidden Revealer offers a simple software solution when it comes to helping you find files that are concealed by viruses and set file attributes on the fly. Its overall simplicity makes it an ideal tool especially for rookies.
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