Can't delete virus ? Try this application! Prevent virus files from being recreated
|Updated||Jul 9th 2012|
Niapsoft N/A N/A
|Crack Size||98 KB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7|
Virus Deleter is an application that can be used to delete infected files and locked items from your computer.
The program doesn’t require more than basic computer knowledge, as all features are grouped in a single window for one-click access.
Selecting the files to be removed is as easy as hitting the “Import” button, with Virus Deleter displaying path and immunity for each item.
What’s more, the app comes with a dedicated option to prevent the removed virus from recreating its files, which is pretty useful in case you’re trying to deal with malicious data that re-enables files after restart.
There is no help manual included in the app, but that’s not at all a problem since everything’s so intuitive, so both rookies and more experienced users should be able to take the most out of the program quite fast.
Drag and drop support is also available in case you wish to select the files to be removed a bit faster.
Although it helps you get rid of malicious files, Virus Deleter Crack shouldn’t be considered an antivirus product and it was only designed with a single goal in mind: delete locked files that cannot be removed by traditional antivirus software.
All things considered, Virus Deleter is a helpful product that does what it says with just a few clicks. You don’t really need to be a very experienced guy to use it, as it relies on a very straightforward approach and very intuitive options. It however lacks some important features, such as shell integration for a faster removal task.
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