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Virus Effect Remover removes problems left over by viruses

To protect itself some viruses disable a few Windows functions and tools like registry editor, task manager, update check, run command option, folder option, task bar, etc from accessing. Even if, your antivirus software removes these viruses, such problems may still persist there because of registry errors.

Virus Effect Remover is a tool which helps you to remove such effect of viruses from the Windows Registry and file system. According to the developer, this tool is able to detect the registry error caused by viruses and enables the blocked content like Task manager, registry editor, folder option, etc. It can also detect and block auto run status of USB drive, a main carrier of malicious programs.

If your system is infected by a virus and you are facing such problem then use a good updated anti virus software and remove the virus. After doing this, download (815Kb) the Virus Effect Remover and run it.

Note that, this software is meant for advanced users only. I can not test the ability of this program as my PC doesn’t have such problems. The program supports Windows Vista and XP and XP users’ required.NET framework 2 to run this app.


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