D7 is a tool for PC technicians to aid in many tasks and provide a uniform procedure for technicians to follow. It has many capabilities and many uses including offline and live malware removal assistance, offline registry editing, CPU/RAM stress testing, information gathering and quality assurance uses, etc. etc. Too much to list here, right now at least. It also combines some other projects of mine such as DataGrab and CheckDisk, among other smaller things.
Note that D7 is not the malware scanner or remover, YOU are. YOU control it's behavior by whitelist/blacklist functionality, and by your own pair of hopefully good eyeballs. D7's MalwareScan functionality is designed to show you want D7 doesn't recognize, by whitelisting known good items, and automatically deleting known bad items. From there, D7's MalwareScan merely shows you what is left after the whitelisting/blacklisting is applied. From there, you have the option to whitelist, blacklist, delete, rename, ignore, google, or whatever you want with the results.
THIS TOOL IS INTENDED FOR EXPERIENCED PC TECHNICIANS ONLY, NOT FOR "END USERS."
- The custom files for d7?s lock screen are now stored inside the d7\Config dir so they are stored with dCloud configurations
- d7 no longer overwrites the d7\Config\ActionLanguage.ini file upon update. (It will one last time with this update, but no more after that.)
- Added additional illegal character filters for certain input boxes, such as the Client Name / Ticket Number prompt for reports setup
Reviewing 10.1.29 (Oct 3, 2013)
Started out with a rating of 5, Deducted 1 for "Speeling" in description,,,Then deducted 3 for forced install of "CrapWare" . The program may/would have some value if it did not install all the crap. Fortunately, I have a "stopper" for rude programs that try to make changes that I did not authorize, So many talented developers suffer from "control" disorders that their work will never succeed as a notable developer,,,anyone can write malware without much effort..It takes maturity and intelligence to develop serious useful application..
Reviewing 10.0.6 (Sep 21, 2013)
it is a good program
to whom ever makes this program
you could make it easier to use not some sort of guessing game... the interface is just confusing and you keep taking away features .... I have used D7 for a long time and every version is a new guessing game.... I did buy the pro version from you......
Reviewing 10.0.5 (Sep 18, 2013)
Noobs.... Heed well what CD999 has said..!!
# Testing Only #
Downloaded, Unpacked, Launched... (Evaluation = 200 Uses).
A lot of guys who have (or will) download this App JUST to see what it does will probably go straight to the Tweaking section. A system can be tweaked to a Standstill. Hung App timeout & Crash Control etc, can be adjusted by the user via regedit. ONLY techy's should Unhide SuperHidden files via CACLS, "not a clickable proggy". Just 2 points that jumped out at Launch.
If you feel you've got to have a dabble.. Launch>Help>OnlineManual.
The publisher has given a VERY strict warning in UPPER-CASE at the end of the Preview.
I gotta Admit that I looked in the Modules folder & there are some Good Standalone & CMD line Apps in there.
(4* for the Whole App)... 1* for Noob Use... 5* for some of the Modules.
Reviewing 4.9.5 (Dec 24, 2011)
(export) backup the MSI services in the registry
then you can import them if you need it.......
this is a very good program if you know how to use it.
Reviewing 4.7.6 (Nov 4, 2011)
it is for PC technicians .... idiots should not touch it......
"some guy" has a mouth but he never created anything......
easy to comment hard to create ......
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