D7 v8.7.11

D7 is a tool for PC technicians to aid in many tasks and provide a uniform procedure for technicians to follow. THIS TOOL IS INTENDED FOR EXPERIENCED PC TECHNICIANS ONLY, NOT FOR "END USERS."  This tool can be very dangerous and destructive if you don't know how to use it properly, or are inexperienced in malware removal techniques.

It has many capabilities and many uses including but not limited to:

  • offline and live malware removal assistance via many internal and 3rd party tools
  • repairing Windows after malware removals
  • general PC maintenance
  • offline and live registry editing with mass search & delete features
  • offline and live data backup
  • CPU/RAM stress testing
  • information gathering and quality assurance uses
  • OS Branding
  • IP/DNS configuration + backup & restore
  • shortcuts to frequently used Windows components
  • quick access to frequently used Windows tweaks
  • numerous right-click context menu (in Windows Explorer) features for working with files and directories
  • wrappers / one-click execution options for frequently used command line tools
  • synchronization of Malware Scan definition files
  • automatic updates of all your favorite 3rd party tools via Ketarin

Note that D7 is not the malware scanner or remover, YOU are. YOU control it's behavior by whitelist/blacklist functionality, and by your own pair of hopefully good eyeballs. D7's MalwareScan functionality is designed to show you what D7 doesn't recognize, by whitelisting known good items, and automatically deleting known bad items. D7's MalwareScan merely shows you what is left after the whitelisting/blacklisting is applied. From there, you have the option to whitelist, blacklist, delete, rename, ignore, google, or whatever you want with the results.

Included with D7 are some sample whitelists (yet no blacklists.) It's up to you to decide if you should use them and add to them, or delete them and create your own.

Download: D7 v8.7.11 | 6.9 MB (Freeware)
View: Homepage

Report a problem with article
Previous Story

Microsoft: 250 million people are now using SkyDrive

Next Story

Hulu Plus app now available for Windows Phone 8 devices

2 Comments

Commenting is disabled on this article.

This version is a dissapointment. some functionality from 6.7 was partially removed and requires lame premium access to run. nick sure has gone from genius to pure evil+money grabber. I'll stay with previous version till/if he puts some of the removed funtionality back in.

Nick finally came to his senses and released an updated free version. I thought he said " Future versions would no longer be free". Perhaps his overprice business model finally caught up to him and he got burned. This will interest me again as, who in thier right mind would pay over $100 just for a stinkin licence, that we can't even see? not me for sure. I'll test this to make sure that it truly is free without needing a stinkin licence to run.