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This program allows you delete the startup program, Browser Helper Object(BHO), Toolbar, Services with just one click.
The most powerful program with which you can simply delete spyware, malicious code, malware, Trojan, and downloader, etc.
Once you launch the program, it will list the Running process, Startup program, Browser Helper Object, Toolbar, and Service that have been installed in the system.
Uncheck the items you wish to delete, and click the button on the top to delete all of the unchecked items.
Please make sure you run the program after closing all the other programs as it finishes all the other processes.
unchecked = delete
checked = saved(pass)
Do not confuse this the other way around. It can freeze your computer.
The list of running processes, the system process does not appear on the list, and when checked, the process is not terminated.
HKCU..Run Startup program, Unchecked items will be deleted.
HKLM..Run Startup program, Unchecked items will be deleted.
Explorer browser helper object module, Unchecked items will be deleted.
Explorer toolbar, Unchecked items will be deleted.
Service, all appears in red except for the default service, Unchecked items will be deleted.
Task scheduler, Unchecked items will be deleted. (Windows vista/7/8 english version, korean version, japanese version only)
Global startup, cannot be deleted individually, Unchecked : it will be all deleted in global startup folder.
Windows XP Global Startup path
Windows Vista/7 Global Startup path
Run a User-defined program, the user-defined program will be run one second interval, open a windowexeallkiller.txt file and edit.
*example (Run a task manager and internet explorer)
[20-LASTRUN]**C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
Change your Internet explorer homepage, open a windowexeallkiller.txt file and edit.
Explorer extra button, cannot be deleted individually, Unchecked : Extra button will be all deleted.
If checked, 'Shell(explorer.exe), UserInit(C:\Windows\system32\userinit.exe,)' of 'HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon' registry will be set as default (only if the system drive is C:\)
If checked, AppInit_Dlls of "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows" registry will be set as default.
default values is "". (null)
If checked, this program will be added in the HKCU..Run startup program
Please check only the programs you can trust. Unchecked item 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 will be all deleted.
The items appearing in bright blue in [05-SERVICE] list are files whose dll service file used by svchost.exe process is not provided by Microsoft.
Please search the file names on Google, as some service files are normal and some are not.
Check/uncheck desired item and click the button on the top to save the current setting and delete the unchecked items.
When you run it later, there will be no screen and the data will be deleted based on the created configuration text file.
If you want to see the management screen, delete the text file and run the program.
Deleted startup program and service items will be backed up in the Backup folder. BHO and toolbars are not backed up.
You need to reboot when recovering deleted service.(servicename.reg)
Silent remove this entry.
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main - Secondary Start Pages
Delete svchost.exe process that is not run in C:\Windows\system32 directory.
Move to recycle bin : C:\Windows\temp\svchost.exe
Move to recycle bin : C:\Program Files\anydir\anydir\svchost.exe
Right-click on the list to open the folder and copy to the clipboard.
Required to run as an Administrator in Windows vista/7/8
If there is an execution error with Windows XP, download and install .Net framework 2.0
Update log, 2013, 5, 6
Display Process description, Display Service description