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Full user review
"Oh thank you!"
Just when I thought a virus had stumped me, I found rkill. Downloaded it, ran it, and my problem was gone.
none, ok, bye...
If my computer starts acting funky, I run rkill. It always finds something. I use spybot search & destroy, malwarebytes anti malware, ccleaner, mcafee, windows defender, you name it, and sometimes none of the above can help.