Malware is an abundant menace that is found in all corners of the Internet. It is commonplace to find security suites with Malware removal tools, but there are also a few tools available, which are specifically designed to locate and remove any possible malware issues you may find on your computer.
RegRun Reanimator is a handy little tool that is able to remove Trojans/Adware/Spyware and some Root-kits from your computer. It adds an extra layer of protection to the standard security suites that currently dominate the market.
The interface is, although a little cluttered, quite easy to use. All of the app’s features are organized into tabs that are listed at the bottom of the main window, and each of the buttons has a detailed explanation of the function.
RegRun Reanimator is not just a standard set of tools though, it also has an in-depth reporting feature. This can produce a detailed report on your PC’s current status, covering your installed apps, drivers, codecs, browser setup, Explorer extensions, network settings, key file associations, Windows service details, startup programs, scheduled tasks, running processes, and loaded DLLs etc. This is a superb feature that makes RegRun Reanimator stand out as different.
Overall, RegRun Reanimator is a an excellent tool that can locate and remove a variety of different types of malware on your PC. Once you get past the busy-looking interface, the app is not that hard to use, it does’n’t leave a massive footprint and has a number of tools that go above and beyond the standard anti-malware tools that are found on the market.
Title: RegRun Reanimator 22.214.171.1240
File size: 15.56MB (16,315,582 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
Date added: August 4, 2017
Author: Greatis Software
MD5 Checksum: 7A1376DDBEC2CAC8BD25E9F1B2C5CC86
[tabby title=”Change Log“]
Improved WMI Rootkits removal.
Improved AV database updater.
New feature: creating browsers shortcuts on desktop (if shortcuts were damaged by a virus).
New feature: reset Microsoft Edge home page.