Security Software Spyware Removal Anti-Malware Toolkit

Anti-Malware Toolkit 2.0 for Windows

by Tarun

Avg. Rating 3.7 (66 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,777
Publisher Tarun
Homepage Anti-Malware Toolkit

Publisher's Description

Anti-Malware Toolkit lets you automatically download all the recommended programs to help you clean your computer and have them running at peak performance again.

Latest Reviews

ecvogel

ecvogel reviewed v1.13.326 on Jan 8, 2010

This does that and more
http://ketarin.canneverbe.com/
Put it on a usb and go installing them on clients computers.

Cris3

Cris3 reviewed v1.10.197 on May 21, 2009

I'm setting up an old Dell XP for the kids and this is a handy program as it has nearly everything on it that I use, all in one package.

I particularly like the list of utilities and malware program uninstallers.

It should include the a-squared free malware scanner as it is one of the most thorough since it joined forces with OnLine Armor.

some guy

some guy reviewed v1.10.197 on May 21, 2009

nice tool for the novice that is not sure on what to do.

laserjet

laserjet reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 13, 2008

It is the easiest way for me to get the majority of the programs I use on my PC instead of getting them one at time. I can quickly download what I need for my PC.

pohlman

pohlman reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 11, 2008

I'm not sure I see the point... somehow I thought it would compare the versions you already have with what's available to download but it's not automated at all. It downloaded everything I asked for, but they were the same versions I already had - and in several cases older ones. Maybe worthwhile for a new Windows install, but for further use I would suggest FileHippo.com or Secunia's update checkers. 3 for doing what it says it will do.

tigreseis

tigreseis reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 11, 2008

"1. Of course it's junk - it just downloads other crap.
2. Ok - yer a PC Tech? OMG who hired you? You can't be working for any large reptuable company because they won't allow you to use something like this. Furthermore you should have a drive a spot on your network that has such tools - or at least your IT director should supply ya with a tumbdrive or CD with tools approved by your oranization to use. Now if your just a fly-by-night teenager with no real skills or experience and simply fixing your friends machines for 10 bucks then ya go ahead and use this junk."

Okay, it's confirmed, your a MORON! You haven't even used these programs have you? No, you just like to belittle others to make yo feel better about yourself.

Hey, MORON, check your spelling. His company wouldn't give him a "tumbdrive". They might have given him a thumbdrive though. And, I am pretty sure his "oranization" wouldn't approve anything for him, but his organization might have.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 10, 2008

"....Don't know why someone would say this is junk, when it is the easiest way for me to get these tools to fix machines. I am a PC tech and I fix machines every day that are easily cleaned up by the tools I can quickly download for a client....."

1. Of course it's junk - it just downloads other crap.
2. Ok - yer a PC Tech? OMG who hired you? You can't be working for any large reptuable company because they won't allow you to use something like this. Furthermore you should have a drive a spot on your network that has such tools - or at least your IT director should supply ya with a tumbdrive or CD with tools approved by your oranization to use. Now if your just a fly-by-night teenager with no real skills or experience and simply fixing your friends machines for 10 bucks then ya go ahead and use this junk.

TDreamer

TDreamer reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 10, 2008

Don't know why someone would say this is junk, when it is the easiest way for me to get these tools to fix machines. I am a PC tech and I fix machines every day that are easily cleaned up by the tools I can quickly download for a client.

mjm01010101

mjm01010101 reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 10, 2008

Might be nice to get this on a live CD for Linux-->NTFS scanning. :)

Tarun.

Tarun. reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 10, 2008

Sorry that you think this program is junk, someguy. Perhaps next time you can go into detail as to why you feel that way. :)

Considering this was a featured Lifehacker Windows Download, along with several other popular tech websites, I'd say there's something good about it.

Avg. Rating 3.7 (66 votes)
Your Rating
ecvogel

ecvogel reviewed v1.13.326 on Jan 8, 2010

This does that and more
http://ketarin.canneverbe.com/
Put it on a usb and go installing them on clients computers.

Cris3

Cris3 reviewed v1.10.197 on May 21, 2009

I'm setting up an old Dell XP for the kids and this is a handy program as it has nearly everything on it that I use, all in one package.

I particularly like the list of utilities and malware program uninstallers.

It should include the a-squared free malware scanner as it is one of the most thorough since it joined forces with OnLine Armor.

some guy

some guy reviewed v1.10.197 on May 21, 2009

nice tool for the novice that is not sure on what to do.

laserjet

laserjet reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 13, 2008

It is the easiest way for me to get the majority of the programs I use on my PC instead of getting them one at time. I can quickly download what I need for my PC.

pohlman

pohlman reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 11, 2008

I'm not sure I see the point... somehow I thought it would compare the versions you already have with what's available to download but it's not automated at all. It downloaded everything I asked for, but they were the same versions I already had - and in several cases older ones. Maybe worthwhile for a new Windows install, but for further use I would suggest FileHippo.com or Secunia's update checkers. 3 for doing what it says it will do.

tigreseis

tigreseis reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 11, 2008

"1. Of course it's junk - it just downloads other crap.
2. Ok - yer a PC Tech? OMG who hired you? You can't be working for any large reptuable company because they won't allow you to use something like this. Furthermore you should have a drive a spot on your network that has such tools - or at least your IT director should supply ya with a tumbdrive or CD with tools approved by your oranization to use. Now if your just a fly-by-night teenager with no real skills or experience and simply fixing your friends machines for 10 bucks then ya go ahead and use this junk."

Okay, it's confirmed, your a MORON! You haven't even used these programs have you? No, you just like to belittle others to make yo feel better about yourself.

Hey, MORON, check your spelling. His company wouldn't give him a "tumbdrive". They might have given him a thumbdrive though. And, I am pretty sure his "oranization" wouldn't approve anything for him, but his organization might have.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 10, 2008

"....Don't know why someone would say this is junk, when it is the easiest way for me to get these tools to fix machines. I am a PC tech and I fix machines every day that are easily cleaned up by the tools I can quickly download for a client....."

1. Of course it's junk - it just downloads other crap.
2. Ok - yer a PC Tech? OMG who hired you? You can't be working for any large reptuable company because they won't allow you to use something like this. Furthermore you should have a drive a spot on your network that has such tools - or at least your IT director should supply ya with a tumbdrive or CD with tools approved by your oranization to use. Now if your just a fly-by-night teenager with no real skills or experience and simply fixing your friends machines for 10 bucks then ya go ahead and use this junk.

TDreamer

TDreamer reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 10, 2008

Don't know why someone would say this is junk, when it is the easiest way for me to get these tools to fix machines. I am a PC tech and I fix machines every day that are easily cleaned up by the tools I can quickly download for a client.

mjm01010101

mjm01010101 reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 10, 2008

Might be nice to get this on a live CD for Linux-->NTFS scanning. :)

Tarun.

Tarun. reviewed v1.06.157 on Dec 10, 2008

Sorry that you think this program is junk, someguy. Perhaps next time you can go into detail as to why you feel that way. :)

Considering this was a featured Lifehacker Windows Download, along with several other popular tech websites, I'd say there's something good about it.

some guy

some guy reviewed v1.05.144 on Oct 15, 2008

junk

bitscomputers

bitscomputers reviewed v1.01.99 on Jul 6, 2008

Sorry, I can only give it a 2 since I like the idea but only see 1 program that I use. Now if you were to come up with a similar program that allowed me to customize which software I wanted listed and download THAT would be a five!

eaves

eaves reviewed v1.01.99 on Jul 5, 2008

It requires .NET 2.0, which is one of the programs I want to eliminate from my computer.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.01.99 on Jul 5, 2008

Excellent piece of software. 1-stop shopping for most of your most trusted and needed software. Quickly and effortlessly downloads the latest versions of well trusted software utilities that many knowledgable techs use daily. If any of my techs refuse to save company time by not using this program, I will fire that knucklehead on the spot.

iknowyouknow

iknowyouknow reviewed v1.01.99 on Jul 5, 2008

Actually is very good, it downloaded the updates needed very simple, quick and painless:) nice job

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