This release fixes missing drop down menu items in KillEmAll from last release, and begins to add dUninstaller functionality to the KillEmAll interface.
KillEmAll is a ‘panic’ button with an ‘ask questions later’ attitude, designed to neutralize, terminate, and later identify all non-essential running programs. Great for quickly closing unwanted apps, system inspection, and even malware removal! KillEmAll Mini is a no frills implementation of the fully featured KillEmAll which has no user interface, no update capabilities, no definitions […]
KillEmAll v5 was released without the internal logic required to avoid terminating a critical Windows system file “fontdrvhost.exe” which is in part responsible for the rendering of text based graphics displayed in various areas of many programs running on Windows 10. Problem: When terminated by KillEmAll, you will notice corrupted display of text, or no […]
D7 v7.6.1 actually, just released today with an exciting new capability. Previously D7 could not run while Combofix was running. While this hasn’t changed technically, the circumstances are vastly different. With the latest version of D7, prior to launching Combofix in either manual or D7 Auto Mode, D7 installs a Windows service that monitors Combofix […]
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