IMesh Removal Tool 1.0
A simple-to-use program that helps you scan the computer for iMesh entries, revert all browser settings to their default values, and protect your USB devices against all types of threats
It sports a clean and simplistic layout that allows you to set up the dedicated parameters with minimum effort.
IMesh Removal Tool is able to scan the computer for all iMesh entries and displays the malicious items running on your PC. You can manually select the items that you want to delete or keep.
Additionally, the tool gives you the possibility to pause or resume the process.
The scanning operation might take some time, especially if you have many files on the disk. During our testing we have noticed that the tool eats up CPU and memory, and stresses up the disk, so the overall performance of the computer may be burdened.
Since it doesn’t require much computer knowledge to work with this application, even less experienced users can learn to master the entire process with just a few clicks.
Additionally, the program features several tools built specifically for helping you revert all browser settings to their default values (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome), and protect your USB devices against all types of threats that are easily spreading by activating the immunization mode.
To sum things up, IMesh Removal Tool offers a simple software solution when it comes to helping you detect any iMesh entries running on the system. It can be easily configured and installed by all types of users, regardless of their experience level.
Reviewed by Ana Marculescu, last updated on December 17th, 2013
Application descriptionIMesh Removal Tool is a reliable application designed to detect and remove all IMesh entries running on your system.Th...
Users are advised to pay attention while installing this ad-supported application:
- Offers to change the homepage for web browsers installed in the system
- Offers to change the default search engine for web browsers installed in the system
- Offers to download or install software or components (such as browser toolbars) that the program does not require to fully function