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Getting attacked by virus and Trojans in itself is an annoying experience. And if you’ve been so lucky as to get one of those intruders that delete or turn off Windows features… I feel your pain. Even when the virus or Trojan are removed, users are still facing the possibility of spending many hours going through the registry and other tools to get everything back up and working. Most users would be forced to re-install Windows at this point.

Another solution might be this one:

Re-Enable v.2

Re-Enable is designed to be a one-click fix, to enable such features as:

  • Windows Registry
  • Command Line Tool
  • Windows Task Manager
  • System Restore Config
  • Folder Options
  • Run command
  • My Computer
  • Task Scheduler
  • Right Click Context menu
  • MsConfig (XP only)
  • Control Panel
  • Search

Re-Enable also let you Scan, Edit and Delete Autorun.inf files, Repair Desktop icons and Background, Edit Hosts, Services, Network, Protocol files, Reset File and Folder Attributes, Repair Explorer.exe startup problem, unhide hidden drives, Repair Safe mode even if the F8 safe mode menu is disabled and much more.

Even if you don’t have any problems at this point, this is a tool to keep in your ToolBox for later use. You never know, it might just come handy one day.

Download Re-Enable v.2

Download Re-Enable v.2

Download Re-Enable v.2

About Thomas

Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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3 thoughts on “Re-Enable 2.0 – Restore Windows functionality after virus and Trojan attack [Freeware]”

  1. Djamal says:

    this tool for windows XP or windows 7 only

    1. Anonymous says:

      Hi Djamal,
      It is for all windows platforms

  2. ThinkAboutIt says:

    Cannot download and use on a system where the virus has severely blocked down internet access!!!! Need a way to download to mem stick and run from there.

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