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Anti-Malware Toolkit: Lets you download required applications to clean your computer

Anti-Malware Toolkit is a very useful application that allow users to download only programs that they need rather than download a large package containing multiple files they may not require (For example Ccleaner, normally the official download include unnecessary Yahoo Toolbar). It allows fast easy updates and helps a user get an additional info quickly if necessary.

This program has been developed to replace Anti-malware packages and contains an useful collection of applications available to download to help a user clean their computer and keep it in excellent running condition. Many of the applications offered in the Anti-Malware packages can be found in the Anti-Malware Toolkit.

The Anti-Malware Toolkit works on 32-bit versions of Windows: 2000, XP, Vista, Server 2003, Server 2008 and Windows 7. It requires the .NET 2.0 Framework at a minimum (Windows XP/2000/2003). It is highly recommended that you install the latest .NET Framework.

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