by Lawrence Abrams

An easy to use tool for Windows that kills known malware processes

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Lawrence Abrams

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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RKill is a utility capable of "killing" malicious processes running in the system. antivirus software in your computer have been designed to hinder an owner's ability to manage his/her processes. Because of this concern, 32-bit architectures are being terminated when launched and stopped by this program after it launches. and 64-Bit viruses that are known to it, as well as entries in the system registry that prevent the user from running antivirus or any other program. Actually, that's all RKill can do - Delete any virus-related processes and clean any registry entries associated with it. A list of the completed processes appears after the work is over. As soon as RKill is fully activated, using any antivirus to uninstall malware infected with malware will be most effective to remove it.

- The elimination of malicious processes

- Correction of virus-System entries were changed in a way that could affect them.

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In my opinion, RKill for Windows is an excellent program that removes viruses from the computer as well as any other applications I use. This program works with your antivirus software, like Malwarebytes, to actually remove viruses such as malware and adware. Viruses can be removed with this handy tool.
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