With the beta version of Windows Defender Offline users now have an additional opportunity to expand their systems against malware, rootkits and other malicious programs to protect.Since the software also works outside of Windows, you can run it directly from a bootable CD, DVD or a USB stick that you have previously made with the tool. If the start times should not own computers, thus freeing it would still be a chance the system in case of emergency by malicious software.
Normally, whichever occurs not when one on his system one anti-virus program installed and used. However, should even be the case, one can quite easily create an appropriate rescue media on a second system and start a scan on your PC. For this we need the tool next to either a CD, DVD or a USB stick with 250 MB of free space.
Once you've downloaded and installed Windows Defender Offline Beta (32-or. 64-bit version), you follow the instructions after the start of the tool. After all required data were downloaded from the tool, you just choose the right blank media and even can start to build. The USB stick should you back up your existing data, because the memory is formatted before uploading. If the program should not start, you might need to make some settings in the BIOS to boot from the corresponding medium. Once you have restarted the computer, the tool can also record his work and set out to search for malicious programs, so they can be removed.