Auslogics Anti-Malware is a security solution for Windows computers that specializes in providing protection against a myriad of malware threats. Just like all the other software from Auslogics, this security software is also distinguished by a very modern and clear interface. The user interface is divided into several tabs providing you easy access to many of the individual functions such viewing the system status, scanning the computer for malware, changing the program settings and having a look at the malware detection history etc.
Unfortunately, the developers (Auslogics) pack some unwanted elements in the software installation package and some leading antivirus solutions are now flagging it as an unwanted program (PUP). For example, Avast Antivirus on my Windows 10 PC did not let me download Auslogics Anti-Malware and blocked the partially downloaded file. If you are creating a security solution, why would you pack a PUP with it?
After the installation of Auslogics Anti-Malware, it scans and examines all the processes that are automatically run with system startup as well as browser extensions which can help to prevent data leakage. The user has the option of using three types of scans: quick, deep and personalized scanning, where you can decide which files and folders to take into account. The scan typically analyzes system memory, cookies, system registry and the files stored on your PC.
Auslogics Anti-Malware allows you to move suspicious files to quarantine to protect against further damage. At any time, you can restore such a file if you are completely sure that it was a false detection. It is also possible to add files to be ignored during scanning. There is also a task-scheduling feature in which we will schedule individual scans in time so that it can perform automatic scans without user intervention.
Auslogics Anti-Malware does not provide a complete shield from all kinds of malware as an industry leader like Bitdefender Antivirus or ESET Nod32 Antivirus would. But it can be used alongside your regular security solution for scheduled manual scans as a secondary defense against malware.
You can download Auslogics Anti-Malware from http://www.softpedia.com/get/Antivirus/Auslogics-Anti-Malware.shtml.