Lightweight, portable and simple-to-use application that backs up Avira Antivir 10 update files quickly, with minimal user intervention
|Updated||Sep 9th 2013|
Almir N/A N/A
|Crack Size||507 KB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003|
Avira Antivir 10 Updates Generator is a tiny and portable application with a pretty self-explanatory name: it gives users the possibility of quickly backing up updates made to Avira AntiVir. However, it works only for the 10 version.
Since installation is not a prerequisite, you can drop the executable file anywhere on the hard disk and click it to run.
It is also possible to move Avira Antivir 10 Updates Generator to a USB flash drive or similar storage unit, in order to run it on any machine with minimum effort.
An important aspect to keep in mind is that the Windows Registry does not receive new updates, and leftover files are not kept on the hard disk after removing the program.
Once initialized, you can specify the Avira Antivir installation path using the folder view, click the "Go" button, and let the program take care of the rest. Unfortunately, you cannot specify the output directory or filename.
The application shows log details during the task in a Command Prompt dialog, and delivers the backup files in compressed format on the desktop. Be careful when making multiple backups, though, as Avira Antivir automatically overwrites existing files.
The tool quickly finishes a backup job while using low CPU and RAM, so it doesn't decrease overall performance or interrupt user activity. We have not come across any problems throughout our evaluation. All in all, Avira Antivir 10 Updates Generator Crack offers a simple solution to Avira Antivirs 10 users who want to backup their update files, in case they want to reinstall the antivirus program.
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