Process Killer

Malicious software and viruses run in PC background and they start their own processes which are hard to detect by average PC user. A running program that has active process often can not be removed unless there is a way to kill its process running in system background. These malicious programs also make changes in registry and associate themselves with certain executable files. If you want to remove those viruses, you need a mechanism that stops their background running processes and fix registry. RKill is an antivirus tool that terminates known malware (running) processes so that you can clean PC from infections without interruption. RKill kills malware processes that are running, removes incorrect executable associations and fixes registry policies to make security tools run again which sometimes stop running in case of PC infections.

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Identify and remove unsafe system processes that are running in background without you knowing it. Comodo Cleaning Essentials is a set of computer security tools designed to identify and remove malware and unsafe processes from infected windows based computers. It is portable so does not need installation and can be run directly from removable media such as USB drive. Best security tool for users of any experience level.

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force virus process kill with virus deletion

Windows Task Manager is great and all that you will ever need to kill bad guys running with Windows, right? And I can joke very well. Allow me to recommend you another great portable application that can not only force kill hanged processes but also can force delete the parent file which is running that process. Say good bye to processes running by viruses that won’t get terminated normally.

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Sometimes some applications won’t just die and hang like forever and there is no way you can terminate that application. Not even when you open Windows Task Manager, find the application process, right click on it and select End Process. It just stays there. Nothing happens. The process is still running and the dead application continues to cause high CPU utilization to the point where you can’t do much with your computer and you have to restart. We have got a solution just for that.

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