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Date: February 11th, 2007
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Uniblue
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CONCLUSIONS AND AFTERTHOUGHTS



This free utility is a good starting point for troubleshooting a slow system or one that is suspected of being infected with a virus or spyware. A quick scan results in a well organized list of all processes running and their associated security threat level. Knowledge is power, and being aware of malicious processes is the first step in preventing future infections and keeping a PC running smoothly.


Keep in mind that if ProcessScanner finds a potential security threat, it will not remove it it will only identify it. Uniblue provides plenty of links to their spyware removal and registry scanning tools, although they cost money to download and use.


Pros:


- Free
- Simple to use
- Easy to understand results
- Good educational tool for PC technicians

 
Cons:


- Some processes unknown by the software

 

 

If you have any further questions about this program, please feel free to post them in our forums HERE.

 

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