I have been observing many systems that are hit by viruses and as a result either the system utilities like task manager and the registry editor are disabled or they are made hidden. They just open and disappear in a flash. This behavior is caused if your system is infected with viruses. What would be the easiest way to counter this problem? This question has been in my mind since I started troubleshooting these types of problems. Because in these types of situations, nothing seems to be working and the person is totally helpless. I have found out that backing up these utilities in a safe place will save you loads of work when a virus attack
occurs because the virus, by default, will only attack those utilities in their default location and if we have a backup of those utilities, we can easily run those without any errors. So I have just made a package of these essential system utilities which can be downloaded from the link below.
Download System Utilities Backup
These backup utilities currently include task manager, the registry editor, msconfig and computer management console. Please give me feedback what other utilities should be backed up so that they may be used for troubleshooting in crisis. Your feedback will be highly appreciated.
How To Use These Backup Utilities
Using these utilities is very simple. Just unzip them to one folder and double click any utility to run it. Your experiences and feedback will be highly appreciated.