When a malware infects your computer, it can make changes to your system and cause some components to malfunction. You can disable certain functions, such as the case of some keys, being able to manage users, affect the mouse or use the Command Prompt in Windows. In this article we are going to talk about Windows Malware Effects Remediation, an interesting tool that is capable of returning the operating system to a previous good state.
How to fix the effects of malware
Downloading a malicious program by clicking on a link that you should not or opening a file that comes to you by e-mail can be a very serious problem for your computer. This may result in you not being able to use some important system components . Sometimes the most effective measure is to reset the system, but of course that also has negative consequences.
What Windows Malware Effects Remediation does is restore certain functions and components that may go wrong after a virus has entered. It is free and open source and is designed to help with malware-related issues.
This app works optimally on both Windows 10 and Windows 11, but it could work well on older versions of Microsoft’s system by installing Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2 and it works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
Among the functions and features that this program offers are:
- Enable the Registry Editor
- Correct problems in the Task Manager
- Recover the Command Prompt
- Return control of user accounts Be
- Enable the theme configuration
- Enable the Run option
- Enable the Windows key
- Repair keyboard or mouse restrictions
Once you open the program, you will find different options that you can select. That is, it may be that a virus has affected the Registry Editor and it does not work. Therefore, you access this tool and select that option among all the ones it has. You do not need to reset all features.
Without a doubt, this is an interesting application that helps to correct some of the main bugs caused by malware. You can access the tool from GitHub, where you can also analyze the source code of this open source software.
Now, beyond being able to use programs of this type to solve errors and make Windows work properly again after a malware has infected, the most important thing is to prevent this from happening. To do this, you must follow a series of essential recommendations and thus maintain security.
He is a cyber security and malware researcher. He studied Computer Science and started working as a cyber security analyst in 2006. He is actively working as an cyber security investigator. He also worked for different security companies. His everyday job includes researching about new cyber security incidents. Also he has deep level of knowledge in enterprise security implementation.