The Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool is a free application that was designed to be another virus scanner and detection software from Kaspersky. The product will scan the specified locations for any virus threats and remove them or send to Quarantine folder.
Note: - This is updated at least 5 times a day. - To uninstall/move this program "enable self-defense' must be unchecked.
Dr.Web CureIt! 07.09.2017 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 » 07.09.2017 - 150.57 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
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 08.09.2017 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 » 08.09.2017 - 129.89 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
RogueKiller 12.11.16 RogueKiller is a tool written in C, which scans the processes running, and kill those who are malicious. Author developed this tool after seeing that some rogues blocked the execution of disinfection programs » 19.09.2017 - 25.45 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
"PC-Com is a small application that gives you an easier and faster alternative to use your computer. Instead of searching for programs in your Start Menu, or browsing through your Favorites to get to a certain web page, you can quickly load anything on your computer or the internet from PC-Com. This program is a command-line toolbar that lets you open files, folders, and websites by typing keywords. When you want to open something, all you have to do is press a hotkey on your keyboard to activate PC-Com, type a keyword, and press Enter. For example, typing outlook as a keyword will open Microsoft Outlook; typing word as a keyword will open Microsoft Word; typing yahoo.com will open http://www.yahoo.com. As you can see in the picture above, you can just type the first few letters of a keyword and still access it by pressing enter. There are more shortcuts to PC-Com than just keywords. You can open websites (typing google.com will take you to http://www.google.com), and you can open files and folders (example: c:\program files). You can also use letter commands to search the internet (example: s:mp3s), look up a word in a dictionary or a thesaurus, find related web sites, and shut down or restart your computer.
PC-Com is only visible when you press a hotkey and type a keyword. The toolbar disappears after you press Enter. This provides even more convenience and work space for you.
In addition to opening anything, PC-Com lets you record macros (a combination of mouse clicks and keystrokes), and you can play back macros later by typing the macro name into the toolbar. This lets you automate your repetitive computer tasks just by pressing a few keys on your keyboard."
PC-Com comes in two versions: PC-Com Basic and PC-Com Pro. "Download" links to the Basic version which is free.
"Audiomatic is a tool used to make system-wide macros and then launch those macros with a voice command or keyboard shortcut at any time... from any Windows application or game. Forget typing repetitive tasks or clicking through cumbersome menus. Audiomatic makes it easy as speaking a word! Macros are so simple to make, you will be an expert in minutes. Audiomatic enables you to launch programs, files, or websites; simulate keystrokes; play sounds; speak text; or even run scripts. You can do it all with a voice command or keyboard shortcut!
With Audiomatic, you can:
- Free yourself from time-consuming or repetitive tasks - Create custom macros in minutes using the Macro Wizard - Use your macros in any Windows application - Be immediately productive with a simple and intuitive interface - Configure Audiomatic to work with the way you use your computer - Use a number of free macros that will improve your computer experience instantly."
FastType helps you save time: it remembers any text you enter into almost any field of Windows control elements (i.e. URLs, e-mail addresses, commands you type in the 'Run' dialog box, etc), and when later you start entering the same text again, FastType will enter it for you automatically (that is, once you type in the first symbols of the phrase, the highlighted text appears, which is the whole phrase).