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After Death

Editors' Review

by   / November 19, 2013

After Death eliminates tough viruses successfully, but it seems like it would be very easy to make a mistake with it if you're new. It barely offers any information or tips on how to use it properly or what files to delete. In spite of that, it's not a bad last-ditch effort if a virus has already made a mess of things on your PC.

After Death is designed to find and kill viruses that auto-run on your drives, but it can also sniff out and get rid of any program that runs automatically on your computer. That means you can use it as a backhanded way to speed up your startup, too. The program took about 30 seconds to scan our entire drive and come up with a few programs. While it listed them out and gave information like when they were installed and how much space they took up, it didn't bother to list what they do or why it marked them suspicious. That means you have to guess, which could lead to your deleting something important. When we gave the delete command, the program acted instantly. The program's layout isn't much to look at, but that makes the whole thing extra responsive.

After Death is not going to replace your current antivirus software, but it's great at catching things that fall through the cracks. It is a great tool if you've got a nasty virus messing up your auto-run prompts or taking up your resources. It could be a little more forgiving to new users and include some bonus information, though.

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Editors' Review

by   / November 19, 2013

After Death eliminates tough viruses successfully, but it seems like it would be very easy to make a mistake with it if you're new. It barely offers any information or tips on how to use it properly or what files to delete. In spite of that, it's not a bad last-ditch effort if a virus has already made a mess of things on your PC.

After Death is designed to find and kill viruses that auto-run on your drives, but it can also sniff out and get rid of any program that runs automatically on your computer. That means you can use it as a backhanded way to speed up your startup, too. The program took about 30 seconds to scan our entire drive and come up with a few programs. While it listed them out and gave information like when they were installed and how much space they took up, it didn't bother to list what they do or why it marked them suspicious. That means you have to guess, which could lead to your deleting something important. When we gave the delete command, the program acted instantly. The program's layout isn't much to look at, but that makes the whole thing extra responsive.

After Death is not going to replace your current antivirus software, but it's great at catching things that fall through the cracks. It is a great tool if you've got a nasty virus messing up your auto-run prompts or taking up your resources. It could be a little more forgiving to new users and include some bonus information, though.

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Full Specifications

What's new in version 6.0.0.9

Version 6.0.0.9 includes updates for Suspicious Files menu, adds Delete button to Delete All Suspicious Files, adds full description of the virus or any file, now supports three languages as main language: Arabic, English, Spain.

General

Publisher Caramel Tech Software
Publisher web site http://www.caramels.co
Release Date November 01, 2014
Date Added November 06, 2014
Version 6.0.0.9

Category

Category Security Software
Subcategory Antivirus Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7/8
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 5.11MB
File Name A.D-6.0.0.9.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 10,613
Downloads Last Week 2

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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