Remove the Effects of Malware Infection with Virus Effect Remover

Antivirus softwares aren’t always able to undo all the changes made by a malware. After an infection you often end up with a messed up system, even after successfully eliminating the malware(virus) from your system. Some common headaches associated with an malware infection are :
Arrow Task Manager, Process Manager, Registry Editor, Group Policy Editor and MsConfig can’t be accessed.
Arrow Run command box in Start Menu is blocked
Arrow Folder Option in Explorer and Control Panel is missing.
Arrow Hidden files and System files can’t be displayed.
Arrow File Menu and Find Menu is missing.

Virus Effect Remover

Now with Virus Effect Remover you can solve these and more common problems associated with a virus infection. Undoubtedly the best feature of Virus Effect Remover is the ability to fix Hidden and System File Display and restore Task Manager (if disabled), since they are two of the most common annoyances associated with a malware infection. It can also help you from getting infected by disabling Autorun on USB devices. Another nifty feature is the ability to view all running services and processes. The Process Manager is a pretty powerful one and deserves a special mention. You can also view and remove any autostart entry with ease. The Power users would appreciate the ability to quickly scan system folders for possibly malicious files and the ability to manually block any file.

Virus Effect Remover isn’t an antivirus tool, but it can help you in dealing with the after-effects of an infection. Its one of those softwares that you should have in your collection, as you never know when it may come in handy.

Download Virus Effect Remover (731 KB)
Official Website
Version Reviewed : v2,6
Platforms Supported : Windows XP, Windows Vista
License : Freeware (Open Source)

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4 Responses to Remove the Effects of Malware Infection with Virus Effect Remover

  1. Sumeet March 20, 2009 at 9:34 pm #

    Downloading the software.. Something I needed at a time in past..

  2. TheAnand March 24, 2009 at 1:42 pm #

    usually these anti-viruses itself lead to more viruses…so, i dont use any unbranded softwares for removing viruses..

  3. Pallab March 24, 2009 at 9:29 pm #

    Rogue Antivirus softwares are a problem. But rest assued this isn’t one (it isn’t even an AV software). Its open source so you can go through the code if you is certified as clean by Softpedia.

  4. Jonny July 2, 2009 at 4:05 am #

    This looks like a great tool, I’m downloading it now. I have previously used superantispyware to reverse the changes made by malware (there are some options in the menu’s that cover task manager enabling etc). This may be a slightly neater approach.

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