|Updated||Mar 21st 2016|
|Crack Size||3.7 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8|
Nowadays the antivirus market is filled with applications that offer you system protection solutions to prevent your computer from being infected by malware or other type of threats. Most programs that ensure the security of your system cost you money, so if you do not wish to purchase a license, Inpag Antivirus might be a good solution for you.
Inpag Antivirus comes with a user-friendly and intuitive graphical interface that is very ease to use by both inexperienced and advanced users. The main window is well-organized and consists only of a few shortcut buttons that allow you to execute various hard drive scanning operations.
Inpag Antivirus integrates perfectly within the Windows Explorer's context menu and enables you to right-click on any file or folder you want to scan.
The application can perform three types of scans, namely 'Quick Scan', Full Scan' and 'Custom Scan'. 'Quick Scan' swiftly goes through the most important files on your computer to check if they were not infected. 'Full Scan' performs a more exhaustive check of all the files stored on your computer, while 'Custom Scan' allows you to select the folders or hard drive partitions you want the application to analyze.
When the scan is completed, the application displays how many malware threats, suspicious Registry entries, hidden objects and information files were found. You are also able to view the duration of the scan in hours, minutes and seconds, how many files were organized or bypassed, as well as the number of items processed per second.
Furthermore, when a threat is detected, the infected file is moved to the quarantine area, from where you can decide to release, fix, hold or delete the item.
Overall, Inpag Antivirus Crack is an effective antivirus software that is quick to scan your computer and accurate in finding threats. Additionally, it performs automatic updates, protects you while you surf the net, runs at Windows startup and can be minimized to Systray.