An antivirus program. Disinfects viruses and destroys trojans (including macroviruses as yet unknown), can constantly monitor the system, supports auto-updating through the Internet. Avira AntiVir Personal is free for "home use."
AVG Rescue CD 120.160420 A powerful toolset for rescue & repair of infected machines without accessing your operating system, within a safe and friendly environment » 09.05.2016 - 169.86 MB - Windows XP/7/8 - Free
AVG AntiVirus Updates 20.10.2018 In order to provide the highest level of antivirus protection for users of AVG Anti-Virus Free, AVG Technologies continuously develops information about new viruses » 20.10.2018 - 147.82 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
NANO AntiVirus Free 188.8.131.52112 NANO AntiVirus is a powerful and advanced application designed to provide you with security levels that conform to actual threats » 18.12.2018 - 9.84 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
AVG AntiVirus Free 19.4.4318 Antivirus software. Despite its being freeware, the program provides all the features characteristic of high-quality antivirus programs (this includes constant system monitoring, automatic e-mail checking, and auto-updating through the Internet) » 10.04.2019 - 347.05 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
Norton Virus Definitions 24.04.2019 32-bit The latest Certified Virus Definition for Norton AntiVirus, Norton Internet Security, Norton Security, Norton Security with Backup, Norton 360 » 24.04.2019 - 66.26 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
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Avast Virus Definitions 24.04.2019 Avast! is a collection of award winning, high-end technologies that work in perfect synergy, having one common goal: to protect your system and valuable data against computer viruses. avast! represents a best-in-class solution for any Windows-based computer » 24.04.2019 - 186.82 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
Dr.Web CureIt! 24.04.2019 Easy to use curing utility to clean your computer infected with viruses and various unwanted codes by the Dr.Web Anti-virus updated twice an hour » 24.04.2019 - 178.3 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
A multi-window web browser that uses Internet Explorer or Netscape (Mozilla) as render engine and extends their functionalities. For instance, NetWorker offers the QuickCommands feature - short commands just in several letters with which you can define your favorite search engines or sites; simply type the QuickCommand in the address bar followed by the string to be searched to search the string in the desired search engine. QuickCommands can also be used in the address bar of Internet Explorer or Windows system. There is also the AutoClose Popup Windows feature which lets you add the address of a popup window to NetWorker's AutoClose list so that the window won't pop up again. NetWorker can also close all popup windows automatically without adding them into the AutoClose list. You can send your QuickCommands and AutoClose lists to your friends or import them from others. Also, the program enables you to decide whether to download images, audio, video, run Java Scripts, applets and display messages about the errors on the page. These settings can apply to browsing windows separately or simply apply to all windows. Note: "Download" links to version for Windows NT/2000/XP/2003; version for Windows 95/98/Me sits here.
Description by the Software Developer: "Portable FileZilla will allow you to carry a whole FTP client with you on an USB thumbdrive, iPod, portable hard drive or any other portable media. You can plug it right into any Windows computer and use it just like you would on your own. It is a repackaged version of the popular FileZilla FTP client designed with portability in mind, so it has all the same great features of FileZilla, but there's nothing to install."
The Registry is a heart and soul of any Windows system. It contains information that controls how your Windows appears and how it behaves. Most applications today use registry to store configuration and other important data. When you install an application, a new registry entries will be created. These entries will automatically be deleted when you uninstall the application. Unfortunately, it does not always work that way. Sometimes, you will find that some applications fail to remove their own registry entries. These entries will become obsolete. After a long period, after installing and uninstalling a lot number of applications, your Windows registry will contain a large number of obsolete entries. These will significantly increase the registry size and thus will slowdown your computer, because Windows will need more time to load, search, and read data from registry.
To keep your computer in top performance, it is recommended to periodically clean your Windows registry.