A simple and easy to use autorun.inf remover
|Updated||Aug 12th 2013|
Ishrar Godil N/A N/A
|Crack Size||5 KB|
AutorunRemover is a lightweight application designed to prevent disc drives from automatically launching applications when you insert a disc. The program aims to protect your files from malware components and viruses launched with “autorun.inf”.
The Autorun feature included on some Windows operating systems allows you to quickly access the content from the optical discs by automatically launching an application or opening a webpage. It is also used by removable devices such as pen drives and USB storage devices.
Unfortunately, the “autorun.inf” file has been used by viruses to run applications without the user knowledge or consent. Some viruses can create these type of launchers in order to spread the infection to other computers.
This tool allows you to remove the autorun entry from every drive connected to the computer with minimum effort. You only need to launch the executable in order to scan all the drives and remove the autorun files.
The interface of the program is simple and requires no configuration in order to detect the drives and the files that need to be removed. It displays a list of the detected files and asks for your confirmation before deleting any of the items.
If you want to quickly remove the autorun files from your storage devices, the AutorunRemover Crack app is a good choice and does not require any previous experience. It also detects the hidden items and changes the attributes in order to access it when exploring the drive.
However, the program cannot delete the files from optical drives that are write-protected. In order to prevent the automatic execution you need to disable the Windows autorun feature before inserting the disc.
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