Remove Malicious Software With Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool

Ishayat February 25, 2012 0

Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool is a free security software by Microsoft that helps you to remove malicious software like it’s name suggests. Once the malicious app is deleted, you will see a report filled with the name of the app removed and the result of removing it. Let’s see if this freeware is worth trying or not.

Most of the security tools created by Microsoft are underrated and are not very popular. But the truth is, these tools are quite useful and performs very nicely. Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool also worked like other good Microsoft tool. You can easily block some dangerous threats like MyDoom, Blaster and other similar threats. But if you are thinking about replacing your antivirus with this free malicious app removing utility, you should stop right there as it is not an antivirus tool.

This free malicious software remover is very easy to use and comes with one of the most user-friendly interface you have seen. You will find only three scanning option in the main window, Customized, Full and Quick. If there is something you want to change in scan, you can try the customized version. If you don’t find any threat in Quick scan, you can try Full scan. If you want to make sure there is no dangerous threat hiding in your PC, you should go for Full scan.

Features of Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool:

  • Scan and remove malicious software easily
  • Perform Quick, Full and Customized Scan
  • Get a detailed report after detecting and removing a malicious software

Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool can be downloaded from Microsoft’s website. It’s only 14.15MB in size and supports Windows XP or higher. Try Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool Free

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