Since Windows is the most popular computer operating system in the world, it has become the primary target for malware developers because they can infect most people. There are many ways to protect your computer system from viruses and malwares, such as installing an anti-virus or anti-malware programs, anti-spyware tools, and many more. But sometimes, having these protecting is not enough. In response to this, Microsoft has developed and released a beta of a system recovery software. Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper has been developed to help users in starting an infected PC and performing offline, malware scans to remove viruses, trojans, rootkits, and other forms of PC infections.
It will also help users when a malware hinders them from installing or starting an anti-virus program.
However, the creators of Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper made it clear that this free software from Microsoft is not intended to replace your anti-virus or anti-malware program installed on your PC.
The beta of Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper is now available for both 32, and 64 bits. You need to have a blank CD, DVD, or USB drive with at least 250 MB of space. Next, you have to download the software and run the too - the tool will help you create a bootable media required to run the software on your PC.