Boot scan your computer for viruses with this tool with one of the best tools for malware removal on the market, the G Data Antivirus.
- G Data Boot-Medium
- Version :Release 2015.02.25
- License :Freeware
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :G DATA Software AG
G Data Boot-Medium Description
When trying to find the best solutions for protecting the computer and keeping it safe and free of malware infections it’s not seldom that we must recourse to solutions that involve more than a simple antivirus and a firewall.
Also, in case the unthinkable occurs and a nasty virus creeps into the system and starts messing things around, there are very few tools that can rescue the PC and bring it back to its good old self again. Nonetheless, a utility like G Data Boot-Medium might come in handy and save the day for us.
Based on the powerful G Data Antivirus, this is a special environment that can be deployed even before the system starts. Booting from this disc will ensure that the malware is kept inactive so we can start repairing the damage.
The dashboard that welcomes you after starting G Data Boot-Medium will enable you to pick one of the two main options, that is to say either start the antivirus or the data restore operation. The first choice will initialize immediately the powerful virus removing application, while the second one starts G Data Backup.
There are two supplementary tools that you can utilize and they can also be accessed directly from the dashboard, more precisely from the ‘Options’ drop-down menu. Thus, you get a system information app that scans and retrieves details concerning your computer and a network management program as well.
The second utility will make it possible for you to view, configure and manage Ethernet and WiFi devices connected to the PC. You can go for the automatic DHCP configuration or input the necessary values manually for IP address, subnet mask, gateway, DNS server and DNS suffix.
As it comes equipped with two components that are vital to recovering a system from a virus attack, G Data Boot-Medium can indeed be a reliable helper in such situations, especially since it doesn’t require advanced knowledge or complex configurations to do its job properly.