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A-Squared Free is a nifty little utility designed to check your computer for Trojans, worms, dialers and spyware and remove them, so you can enjoy a clean and speedy computer environment.

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The installation process takes only a few seconds. Upon initiating the software, A-Squared asks you to perform an update. If you do this, then you will have to choose between two newer versions of the program - Emsisoft Anti-Malware or Emsisoft Emergency Kit (a portable version). But, returning to A-Squared - the interface is very user-friendly, and also has some nice graphics. You can view the security status or logs, scan the PC, check the quarantine list, or configure A-Squared. Scanning can be completed in several ways - quick (scans all active programs, spyware traces and tracking cookies), smart (same as Quick Scan + inactive programs and Windows files), deep (thoroughly scans everything, so it's the slowest), and custom. We ran a Deep Scan on our computers (which took a very long time, of course), and A-Squared managed to find some issues. Right next to Diagnosis are the Details, where you can view how many traces there are, as well as the level of risk. CPU and memory resources are highly used during this time. Unfortunately, A-Squared could not move all objects to quarantine, even if not all of them were Windows system files, so that was a bit disappointing. In the Configuration menu you can activate context menu integration, quarantine re-scan, select language, and more. In conclusion, you can try A-Squared Free and see how it fits, but the software is weaker than other antivirus systems.

The installation process takes only a few seconds. Upon initiating the software, A-Squared asks you to perform an update. If you do this, then you will have to choose between two newer versions of the program - Emsisoft Anti-Malware or Emsisoft Emergency Kit (a portable version).

But, returning to A-Squared - the interface is very user-friendly, and also has some nice graphics. You can view the security status or logs, scan the PC, check the quarantine list, or configure A-Squared.

Scanning can be completed in several ways - quick (scans all active programs, spyware traces and tracking cookies), smart (same as Quick Scan + inactive programs and Windows files), deep (thoroughly scans everything, so it's the slowest), and custom.

We ran a Deep Scan on our computers (which took a very long time, of course), and A-Squared managed to find some issues. Right next to Diagnosis are the Details, where you can view how many traces there are, as well as the level of risk. CPU and memory resources are highly used during this time.

Unfortunately, A-Squared could not move all objects to quarantine, even if not all of them were Windows system files, so that was a bit disappointing.

In the Configuration menu you can activate context menu integration, quarantine re-scan, select language, and more.

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hey the Swedish dude here this is a review of the free edition of a squared as usual this review is done on a highly impacted virtual machine I don't have an internet connection due to an infected host file the application musts in other words remove that hosts file in order for me to be able to download updates I will try to stay away from safe mode if possible due to the fact that normal people use don't use it if I'm forced to use safe mode on the other hand that will be reflected in the verdict of the application I'm almost finished with the installation a square does seem to ask me if I want to do an update I'm gonna choose no use the fact that I still like an internet connection nevertheless as you can see installing a square there was a piece of cake so lets you store up the program and see what we can do with it the design of a squared is simply stunning actually I really love it and it does seem like it's pretty easy to use there's not too many options for me to get confused at least and as usual I'm just gonna do a full scan in this case it's called the deep scan but whatever so I'll be back in a moment alright 10 minutes later and then back it did find 521 different objects and I'm gonna try and remove everything as you can see there's a lot of detail and the location and everything of each impacted object but anyway I'm gonna just check each item not sure if you can check all of them at the same time but wherever i'm just gonna click and click and click it's nice to have the option to simply quarantine items so I'm gonna do that instead of removing it's simply destroying the objects looks really cool and I like the logotype Oh what the hell happened there seems like everything is died on me for some damn reason i'm just gonna start the task manager maybe i'll get explorer running again right i'm back with a working windows but anyway a squared seems to be lost or something I'm gonna try and install it again seems it was simply too good to be true well at least installer was easy to handle right i'm gonna post quickly here so i can install the application I'm back and I'm gonna do another full scan or deep scan as they call it and hopefully I'll be able to find the remaining objects it did seem to find another 28 objects so I'm simply going to quarantine this OBX as well however I'm gonna take a deep look at each object so this doesn't happen again right I'm just gonna go through it real quick here so I'm gonna post the video well it does seem like a squared found some of the objects in its own quarantine lists but I hope it's saved the quarantine anyway so I'm just going to impress the quarantine button Oh My look what happened it seems like it crashed again well it's not much to do i'm just gonna open up explorer again and i guess i have to install a squared again as well well that's nice one moment all right I got it running again time for a third deep scan and I'm not going to let it die on me again it seems it found three different kind of threats and I'm gonna check the directories reach seems like the first two or save to quarantine the last one does seem to have some of the items already in the quarantine list so I'm gonna deselect that one right let's click warrant in its kind of filled to the top with the different kind of things I'm just going to select everything of it and delete take some time yep it's gone okay I think it's safe to do an update now so I'm gonna just click on my network connection here seems like it's really a big-ass update tar 21 megabytes I'm just going to pause for one second right the update is done so I'm just going to remove my connection to the Internet alright time for another deep scan so I'll be back in one second it did find another 36 items so I'm just going to go through every one of them with great care and it seems like they're all right okay i'm just gonna click the quarantine button and hopefully the computer will still be running out of that yep for once it did actually work so I'm just going to go to the quarantine list and delete yep that was the kind of the quickest elysian I've ever seen as you can see the ugly alert background is still there that's kind of a bummer but anyway let's check the task manager well straight away I see something that its missed but it's just one of the processes so not much actually looks pretty clean advice and now I'm gonna do something pretty unconventional I'm gonna take a look at what malwarebytes anti-malware finds some is gonna install that application I'll be right back malwarebytes anti-malware did find another 261 items it's kind of the same as when I ran it after installing spyware terminator there seems to be mostly traces here but also some hard to delete malware I'm just gonna remove everything of it and restore the computer I'm back this seems to be the cleanest desktop I've ever seen it's actually not an application open as far as I can see so I'm gonna open the task manager and we'll take a look yep it's clean not a single suspicious running process I guess I'll just check internet explorer and see if there's anything suspicious over there nothing wrong with a start page let's go over to malwarebytes homepage yep it looks like it should and i'll go to google as well it's google right let's take a look at a squared song pitch as well yep it loads right we're happy I'm gonna take a look at the control panel um now where is that secure the center don't tell me well it seems like a squared has removed my security center God knows why and I can't seem to find msn lighter so a squared seems to be overdoing it to be honest and it's kind of sad so I guess it's time for my verdict well I like applications that were able to clean the computer but not over cleaning it it basically removed some of the core windows functions so that's very much for doing it but it does look clean indeed the only really good thing about a squared was the design but i can't recommend it to anyone so that's it for this review thanks for watching see you later

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File Size: 82.3 MB Downloads: 146360
Added: Apr 27th 2016 User rating: 4.1
Supported Operating System: Win XP, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit

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