The HitmanPro 3 64-bit Portable version is a second vision idea, designed to free your computer from malware-infected on your computer and on all the security steps you have taken. Trusting in one seller is not allowed to fully protect you. You need a second source to make sure you’re safe. HitmanPro 3 is designed to work with existing security programs without any problems. Checks the computer quickly and slows down the computer. HitmanPro 3 does not require installation. Can be operated directly from the USB flash drive, CD or DVD, location of the site or network affected by the drive.
By default, the small HitmanPro 3 works by adding a copy of the site to the PC you are downloading and set it to scan at the start. However, you can also choose to run one time without installing anything. In the test, I do not have the problem installing this product in my 12 system for malware testing. This is refreshing, thinking that getting certain products included requires tech interaction hours with the phone and live chat.
Like Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware Free 1.51, HitmanPro has a user interface focusing on one intimate work. Most users will just launch it and immediately click Next to start scanning. Yes, there are a few editing settings, but leaving them with their default rates will ensure maximum security. The time required for scanning depends largely on the number of unknown files that are not available, because HotmanPro 3 64-bit uploaded the files to the cloud analysis. With my normal test system clean, full scanning takes just four minutes and the relay scanner comes in for about a minute. The average of the latest antivirus products is over 30 minutes, so HitmanPro hurts fast!
Scanning managed systems lasts longer, in some cases too long. Several times aware of scanning effects that cloud connection has failed. Thanks those programs to ensure good access. At the end of the scanning, HitmanPro overcomes all malware, suspicious files, and tracking cookies they receive. Its scanning depends on technology from five antivirus companies: Dr Web, IKARUS, G Data, Emsisoft, and Bitdefender. Clicking on any of the available features of the antivirus detected engines and which name is used to describe it.
Double clicking on the results list shows a complete list of features expressed by the HitmanPro. The standard user will not want to deal with this description of the information, but I find it interesting. The list also reflects Hitman’s action recommended for each item available. I do not see the need to change the default without any other form. In all the HitmanPro 3 testing system you have identified the most popular RootkitRevealer as a Trojan. Not so, so I chose to report this file as a security.