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Find and Remove dangerous files that many other popular Anti-virus programs can’t detect

An anti-virus program can not detect or prevent every virus attack on your computer. Anti-virus software developers utilize different virus detection technique. The detection rates are also varies, so the chances of infection are high. And it is a fact that we can’t use more than one anti-virus program on a single computer. You need to have specific virus removal tools and online scanners to overcome this situation.

Remove IT Pro (free for non-commercial use) is a security software, which claims to have ability to locate and remove many new dangerous files including spyware, malware, worms, Trojans, and adware that other popular anti-virus programs do not find.

It utilizes a (version 4) High-level protection technology (HLP) and spyware, adware and virus removal filter which filters all new executable files in Windows Directory and keeps your computer clean from malware, spyware, adware, and worms up to 95%. In addition, it offers full reporting of Windows active processes, services and startup files.

Remove IT Pro SE is Free for non-commercial use only (Supports Windows XP and Vista only)
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