Clean your PC using a command-line tool
|Updated||Feb 14th 2013|
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|Crack Size||166 KB|
Keeping malware away from one’s PC is the constant concern of any computer user, considering the damages an infection can cause. Those who do not want to spend any money on security products can resort to the freeware ones, such as Kaspersky Free Cleaner.
This application is a command-line tool, yet it can also be used by those who have little to no PC skills as it simply needs to be launched and it automatically starts scanning the host OS. However, expert users can rely on their knowledge to perform specialized tasks, such as scan mapped network drives, create report file or prevent automatic PC reboot under any circumstances.
Kaspersky Free Cleaner analyzes the status of the registry and memory, so it is recommended not to start any applications until the software solution finishes scanning the PC.
Once the analysis is complete, Kaspersky Free Cleaner displays a detailed list about the total number of infected items which have been cleaned or which need to be deleted after reboot. Also, among the results, users can review the items that could not be automatically disinfected and which require professional expertise to be successfully removed.
In addition to deleting infected items, the app also attempts to unhook virus hooks as well as patch dedicated processes to prevent reinfection. It can also erase links to their files from the registry or other startup locations.
Despite its minimalistic interface, Kaspersky Free Cleaner Crack can detect and disinfect several types of malware threats, including I-Worm.Zafi.b, I-Worm.Bagle.at,au, Virus.Win32.Implinker.a or Not-a-virus.AdWare.Visiter.
All in all, Kaspersky Free Cleaner can be of use to all those who suspect their computer has been infected, yet it is always best to install a fully-fledged security product to make sure no malware can get to their PC.
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