Dr.Web LiveDisk is a bootable disc designed to help you remove viruses and other dangerous files from your computer. It allows you to use the removal tools directly after the boot and bypass any problems created by the virus attack. If your computer has been attacked by a virus and you are having problems with starting the operating system, this disc can help you. It allows you to launch a simpler interface that provides access to the Internet and, more importantly, to an antivirus system.
Create a bootable disc to remove stubborn malware
The Control Center allows you to scan the hard drive in order to detect the source of infection and the infected files. The scanner can be configured to scan the entire hard drive or to select the folders or files that you find suspicious.
Before starting the scanner it is recommended to connect to the Internet and make sure that your virus definition files are up to date. The included updater can retrieve the latest version and install it with just one click.
Quarantine and exclusion list for malware
The antivirus can be configured to automatically delete the detected files or to use the quarantine for storing them into a secure location. It also includes an exclusion list and a scheduler for configuring regular scans.
The LiveCD menu offers you the option of creating a LiveUSB stick for booting the computer and performing the repairs. This bootable USB storage device can save time and provides you with similar recovery features.
Extra layer of security against malware attacks
The interface of the program is easy to understand and provides fast access to the important recovery features. All aspects considered, Dr.Web LiveDisk is a useful tool for scanning your computer for viruses even when you are having problems starting the operating system. It worked smoothly on the latest Windows version in our testing, and we haven’t come across any stability issues.
CD/DVD – (750 Mb)
USB – (743.9 Mb)