Clean Sweep Your Computer with Anti-Malware Toolkit

I use a selective number of tools that are in my system cleanup arsenal to clean our computers and friend’s computers. Even with an efficient Virus scanner, a Firewall and a resident Spybot malware checker, some malware sneak into our computer sometimes.

I have the habit of keeping these programs in my flash drive so I could take it to a friends place easily. But, it is a pain to keep up with the latest versions of these programs.

Anti-Malware toolkit is just going to make that easy for us. You don’t have to hunt for these tools and download them individually anymore to clean up a malware-ridden computer.

  • Just download Anti-malware toolkit – needs .NET 2.0
  • Select the programs you need to install from a list of recommended programs
  • Has the essential malware fighting apps such as Spyware Blaster, CCleaner, RogueRemover, SUPERAntiSpyware, Anti-Malware, Spybot S&D, HijackThis
  • Also, it has options to download recommended software such as Firefox, Thunderbird, Opera & Avast anti-virus to further edicate users on using safer programs.
  • Available as an installer or in portable format (zip file) which is perfect for a flash drive.
  • Also, has a list of utilities such as AutoRuns, ProcessExplorer, Unlocker, etc.
  • Flags incompatible software so you can stay away from it

Anti-Malware Toolkit

If you are the tech support person for your family and your friends, this is a must have and can help you quickly get to most of the utilities you need in cleaning up a computer. Plus, you can also install a suite of utilities that will help reduxe your trips to their living rooms, unless you get free beer in those visits. 😉

Even if you don’t play the tech-support and actually a recipeint of it, this can be a great start to clean your computer yourself. Start out with a few in the list in this utility and you will see it just makes your PC hum along nicely. I clean sweep our computers atleast once a month and this is also the time I review and uninstall programs that I don’t use anymore.  Also, for smaller utilities I prefer the portable version even for my PC, as I can just delete them anytime and that way they don’t mess with mt registry, startup settings, etc.

Download Anti-Malware Tookit EXE installer or ZIP archive

When was the last time you checked your PC for malware? How often do you do it?

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16 Responses to “Clean Sweep Your Computer with Anti-Malware Toolkit”

  1. Madhur Kapoor August 19, 2008 at 10:25 am #

    Thanks a lot . This has almost everything one could need.

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  2. K August 19, 2008 at 10:27 am #

    Madhur, you are so welcome! 🙂 It sure does and more..

  3. olly @ computer parts August 19, 2008 at 12:19 pm #

    This is a must – I am a computer tech guy and like you, I keep a lot of programs on a flash drive, some work for some malware and not others and it can be a pain to keep all up to date.

    I check my computer quite often as its amazing how quickly you can get some nasties slowing down your computer!

  4. Tarun August 19, 2008 at 1:18 pm #

    Thanks so much for the review, I’m glad you’ve found my software helpful!

  5. K August 20, 2008 at 9:20 am #

    olly.. with all the new things coming up we’d always be playing catch-up cleaning our computer and any help such as this tool is a great addition to our toolbox.

    Tarun.. it was my pleasure. This is a great piece of software and would love to see you add more essential pc cleaning tools to it. Thanks for stopping by!

  6. TigerTom August 20, 2008 at 6:49 pm #

    A handy and cheeky little app. Why develop your own when you can package someone else’s?

  7. mail@computer help August 21, 2008 at 4:59 am #

    This is really usefull toolkit. Thank you for sharing. I always scan for viruses and malware twice a week, and update my antivirus everyday manually

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  8. Andrew@Fredericksburg Lawyers August 23, 2008 at 7:48 pm #

    This is a great find! It looks like a handy toolkit for any IT guy to have on hand. I know many businesses could benefit from someone sweeping all their computers with this.

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  9. Sacramento August 26, 2008 at 1:48 am #

    It’s really great and thanks.

  10. Tarun August 31, 2008 at 8:18 pm #

    My website has an forum dedicated to this project where suggestions, feedback and bug reports are all welcome.

    I tend to only add software that has no toolbars and meets a certain standard of quality to the lists. I also feel that it should be very user friendly so no user feels overwhelmed. 🙂

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  11. ankit September 30, 2008 at 3:21 pm #

    i generally prefer formatting my c: drive once in a while to keep my pc free from all malwares and stuff:-)
    But still,i have downloaded the software from here,cos coming from you it gotta be worth it.

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  12. Mario November 5, 2008 at 12:40 pm #

    Protect and clean your PC.
    When searching for an antispyware scanner that will protect and clean your PC it can get a little confusing. There are so many available it’s hard to know which one will work the best. If you’re like me, you’ve probably tried a variety of them all and found they basically all find the same types of bugs. Through my experimenting I’ve found that the antispyware solution from Search-and-destroy at search-and-destroy works the best. Search-and-destroy cleans and protects my computer just as good as any scanner, it gets rid of those nasty bugs and it does it all for less than many of the others available.

  13. Julia November 6, 2008 at 5:37 am #

    The antispyware solution from Search-and-destroy
    The antispyware solution from Search-and-destroy is one of the best scanners I’ve found so far to help me clean out those nasty little bugs that slows down my computer and causes it to freeze up or crash. It keeps my computer running like new and best of all it cost less than many of the other better known scanners that have been available for awhile now. I was glad that I finally found a scan that works and that’s so affordable. Search-and-destroy Antispyware is the best scanner I’ve used so far and you can find out more information by simply visiting Search-and-destroy/antispyware.html.

  14. Steve@trade show guru January 6, 2009 at 5:10 pm #

    hey K,
    I saw this under your related or random posts. I use AVG and have for years. I thought I was covered, then about 3 weeks I got the Vundo trojan virus. I thought I was ok with AVG, but it slipped by and AVG couldn’t take care of it. Anyway, based on the recommendation of another blogger, I downloaded and used’s program. It ROCKS. It took two or three scans (and a lot of stress) but it cleaned up the mess. Anyway, I’m a huge fan of AVG and now Malwarebytes. The key is, as you point out, to do regular scans. Thanks for a great post!
    ~ Steve, the trade show guru and HUGE fan!

  15. Anti-Malware Expert January 26, 2009 at 3:12 pm #

    It looks awesome! I’ve never heard about this anti-malware toolkit before, which is weird since I keep an eye on what’s going in PC security field. The feedback from my hub readers shows that the anti-malware market is changing rapidly – there are no more rave reviews of Lavasoft, fewer people are content with SpyBot Search & Destroy (partially because there’s a fake program with similar name), and Virtumonde victims find Malwarebyte’s the only effective removal tool.

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  16. Nashville homes for sale November 10, 2011 at 4:47 pm #

    Hopefully, I’m not the only tech support person for my family and my friends 🙂 Its a great toolkit and every computer user should be aware of such malware and antivirus which can protect the computer from virus or any malfunction.