Posted 20 January 2011 - 09:52 PM
RKill is not a comprehensive removal tool. It is a specific utility designed to terminate the most common annoyances (bad processes) that prevent other tools from being executed and used to disinfect the system. When RKill is able to terminate these processes and fix certain registry keys, that action allows the use of normal clean up tools.
Generally speaking, I'm not an advocate of running tools you are not familiar with or to just see what they do unless you have a dedicated computer used for testing purposes and it does not contain any information or data you don't want to loose.
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