|Crack Size||174 MB|
ALLIT Service LLC.
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003|
Zillya! Scanner is a portable software application that can scan the computer for multiple forms of malware to eliminate infections, such as viruses or Trojans.
It features three scanning methods and does not include complex options or configuration settings, making it accessible to all types of users, regardless of their previous level of experience.
Portability advantages Since there is no installation involved, you can drop the executable file in any part of the hard and just click it to run, and just click it to run. Otherwise, you can save it to a custom location on the disk and directly launch it on any computer with minimum effort and no previous installers.
Worth mentioning is that, unlike most installers, this app does not modify Windows registry settings or create extra files on the disk without your approval, thus leaving it clean after removal.
Three scanning modes The GUI is user-friendly, based on a single window with a clear-cut layout, where you can pick one of the three scanning modes: quick, full and custom. The quick one looks into the most important parts of the system where malware is known to hide (such as Windows files and memory processes), full mode takes all local disks into account, while custom mode lets you pick the the exact files and folders to verify.
Scan details During a scan task, you can observe the spent time, checked items, scan rate, found, cured and deleted items, along with a progress bar. The job can be paused and resumed later, as well as aborted. Results show the name of each virus, if any, and you can delete the infected files with one click.
Evaluation and conclusion No error messages were shown in our testing, and the tool did not hang or crash. It has a good response time and minimal impact on computer performance. Users should keep in mind that Zillya! Scanner Crack does not contain a real-time guard against incoming threats, but can only be used to remove viruses from already infected computers.
On the other hand, it can be used as a secondary line of defense against malware, by running it alongside an antivirus solution to double-check files.