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Excel allows you to display data in many different formats. And there are way too many to choose from when it comes to dates and time data in Excel.

And since there are so many formats, there are also ways to edit and modify these.

One common thing many people need to do often in Excel is to remove time from dates (i.e., remove the time from the time stamp so that you only have the date).

Below is an example where column A has the timestamps (with date and time both) and Column B only has the date value.

In this tutorial, I will show you a couple of ways to remove time from the date in Excel.

One thing you need to know before I jump into the methods is that date and time are stored as numbers in Excel. While you may see a date January 01, 2023, in reality, it’s the number 43831 at the backend. Similarly, time is also stored as numbers. For example, January 01, 2010 3:00 PM is the number 43831.63 in the backend (where the integer part represents the date and decimal part represents the time).

If all you want is to show the date and not the date and time both, you can easily do that by altering the format of the cells in Excel.

This means that you do not actually remove the time from the time stamp, but only hiding the time part.

Below is an example, where I have the same date value in both the cells, but since these are formatted differently, you see the time in one and not in the other.

As you can see in the image above, the formula bar shows the date and time both while the cell only shows the date

Below are the steps to remove/hide the time from the date by changing the cell formatting:

Select the cell in which you have the time stamp from which you want to remove the time

Hold the Control key and then press the 1 key. This will open the Format Cells dialog box

In the Format Cells dialog box, select the Number tab

In the options on the right, select the format in which you want the date to be displayed

The above steps would instantly hide the time part from the time stamp and you will only see the date.

Remember that this method only hides the time part and doesn’t remove it. This means that if you use these cells in any calculations, it would include the date and well as time value.

There are two good things about this method:

You don’t need a separate column to get the result. Just select the cells with the data and change the format for those cells itself.

It doesn’t alter the original value – only changes the way it’s being displayed. So in case you need to use the original data, you still have it intact.

In case you want to remove the time portion from the time stamp completely, better to use the formula method (covered next) or the Find and Replace method or the Text to Columns (covered after that)

There are a couple of easy formulas that you can use to remove the time portion from the time stamp and only get the date portion.

In this section, I will show you how to do this using three Excel formulas – INT, DATEVALUE, and TEXT.

Suppose you have the dataset as shown below, and you want to remove the time portion from all these cells and only have the date part.

Below is the INT formula that can do this:

=INT(A2)

The above formula takes the cell value as the input and returns only the integer part and removes the decimal part. Since dates are stored as integer values and time is stored as fraction/decimal in Excel, when you remove the decimal part, you are only left with the date part.

But you still see the time part (12:00 AM) in the result… why is that?

That’s because of the format of the cell, which is forcing it to show the date as well as the time. And since the time value is 0, it shows 12:00 AM for all the cells.

So now to not show the time part, you will have to change the format to only show the date and not the time.

Here are the steps to only show the date and not the time in Excel:

Select Short date (or Long Date) – based on how you want the date to be displayed.

That’s it!

You have successfully removed the time from the date.

Remember that with this formula, you have actually changed the value by getting rid of the decimal part. This is different than the method covered before this (where we simply changed the format to hide the time portion).

Now, let’s see another Excel formula to do this.

While the INT formula extracts the integer part and discards the decimal part (which is the time portion), the DATEVALUE function has one job – to give you the value of the date from a time stamp.

So, if I give the input value as 29-02-2024 02:36:43, it will give me only the value for the date and not the time.

Below is the syntax if the DATEVALUE formula:

=DATEVALUE(date_text)

DATEVALUE only takes one single argument, but it needs to be the date in the text format. This means that if I directly give the date or the cell that contains the date as the input, this is going to return an error.

I need to make sure the date is in text format. So I will have to combine the DATEVALUE function with the TEXT function to get the result.

Below is the formula that will remove the time from the date:

=DATEVALUE(TEXT(A2,"dd-mm-yyyy"))

The above formula uses the TEXT function to take the date and give it in the specified text format. This is then used by the DATEVALUE function to return the only the date part of the time stamp.

You will see the result as a number – which is the numeric value for the date. You can manually change the format of the result to a short/long date, or you can use the below formula:

=TEXT(DATEVALUE(TEXT(A2,"dd-mm-yyyy")),"dd-mm-yyyy")

In the above formula, I have wrapped the DATEVALUE result in the TEXT formula and specified the format as “dd-mm-yyyy”. This would give the result as a text value, but you don’t have to worry about the format.

If your time stamp data has a format as shown below, you can use the find and replace functionality to quickly get rid of the time portion.

Suppose you have the dataset as shown below and you want to remove the time part and only have the date.

Below are the steps to remove time from date using Find and Replace:

Select the cells from which you want to remove the time

In the Find what: field, enter  * (a space character followed by the asterisk symbol)

Leave the Replace with: field blank

The above steps would instantly remove the time part from the cell and you will be left only with the date.

But you may still see the result as shown below where the date also has the time portion (although all the time value is 12:00 AM).

This happens as we have gotten rid of the time value from the overall date, but we still haven’t changed the format to only show the date and not the time.

Note that this works only when you have the data in a format where the date is followed by a space character and then the time. In case you have leading spaces, this method will not work. You will first need to get rid of leading spaces and then use this method.

Below are the steps to only get the date and not show the time part:

Select Short date (or Long Date) – based on how you want the date to be displayed.

One benefit of using Find and Replace over formulas is that you don’t need an extra column to get the result. You can have the results in the same cells where you had the original data. Just make sure you create a backup copy in case you may need the original data in the future.

Text to Columns is mostly used to split text in a cell.

And in this example, I will use it to split the time stamp into date and time. Once done, I will only be left with the date part, which I can then format to show the date however I want.

Suppose you have a dataset as shown below:

Below are the steps to use Text to Columns to remove the time portion from the date:

Select the cells from which you want to remove the time

 In the Text to Column Wizard, do the following:

Step 1 of 3: Select the ‘Delimited’ option

Step 2 of 3: Select Space as the delimiter

The above steps would remove time portion from the cells and you will only be left with the date.

However, you will still see the time with each date (where the time will be 12:00 AM or something similar). This is because the format of the cells still forces the time to be shown,

Below are the steps to change the format so it only shows the date:

Select Short date (or Long Date) – based on how you want the date to be displayed.

With Text to Columns, you can also get the resulting data in separate cells (and keep the original data as is). To do this, you need to specify the destination cell in Step 3 of Text to Columns wizard.

These are some simple and quick ways to remove time from date in Excel. The method you choose will depend on whether you want to keep the original data or not. When you use formulas, it will give you the result in a separate column and when you change the format or use Find and Replace or Text to Columns, it will give you the result in the same cells itself.

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Excel Remove Blank Cells From A Range

Last week Keith asked how he can ignore blanks in a range referenced by a Data Validation list.

I think you’ll agree the list below on the right with the blanks removed looks a lot nicer.

Extract a List Excluding Blank Cells

To get the ‘no blanks’ look we first need to create a new list that excludes the blanks.

Here’s our original list containing blanks starting in cell A2 through to A9:

And in column C we’ll create our new list that excludes the blanks.

Stop looking at the formula bar, I don’t want to put you off 🙂

Formula to Extract a List Excluding Blanks

The formula in cell C2 is:

=

IFERROR(

INDEX($A$2:$A$10,

SMALL(

IF(

ISTEXT($A$2:$A$10)

,

ROW($A$1:$A$9),"")

,

ROW(A1))

)

,"")

Look at the range A2:A10 and return the first value if it is text (i.e. not blank and not a number). If this formula returns an error just enter nothing (as denoted by the “”).

This is an array formula so it needs to be entered by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER, then copy down to remaining rows.

SMALL’s Big Role

Let’s expand on the SMALL(IF(ISTEXT part of the formula first:

=IFERROR(INDEX($A$2:$A$10,

SMALL(

IF(

{TRUE;TRUE;FALSE;TRUE;FALSE;TRUE;TRUE;TRUE;FALSE}

,

{1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9},"")

,

{1}

)),"")

The SMALL function syntax is:

=SMALL(

array

,

k

)

We’ve used the IF function to return the array argument. More on that in a moment.

The k argument is the position in the array we want to find.  i.e. 1 is the smallest, 2 the next smallest and so on.

You’ll notice in our formula we used ROW(A1) to dynamically return the k argument. i.e. ROW(A1) simply evaluates to 1 and returns the first value in the list that isn’t blank.

We use ROW(A1) so that as we copy the formula down column C the ROW function reference will go up in increments of 1 (because the reference to A1 is relative, not absolute).

So, in cell C3 the ROW function part of the formula will be ROW(A2) which evaluates to 2 and will return the second value in the list that isn’t blank, and so on.

IF Function

The IF part of the formula first identifies which cells in the range contain text by using the ISTEXT function to test the cells in the range A2:A10.

If the cell does contain text it returns a TRUE, and if not it returns a FALSE, which you can see in orange below:

In the list above the first TRUE is referring to cell A2, the next TRUE refers to A3, and the first FALSE refers to A4 and so on.

Whilst this ISTEXT function is evaluated inside the formula, it might be easier to visualise how it works if we insert the formula in column B like this:

That list of TRUE’s and FALSE’s in column B is the same as the list in the IF formula.

Now, because we actually need a list of cell numbers that contain text (for the SMALL function’s ‘array’ argument), as opposed to TRUE/FALSE values returned by the ISTEXT function, we use ROW($A$1:$A$9) to return an array of numbers 1 through 9 like this:

{1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;9}

Note: we need 9 numbers because there are 9 cells in the range A2:A10.

Next the IF function finishes evaluating and returns an array of numbers that represent the cell numbers in the range A2:A10 that contain text like this:

=IFERROR(INDEX($A$2:$A$10,SMALL(

{1;2;"";4;"";6;7;8;""}

,ROW(A1))),"")

Again, we can see how Excel does this if we put the different components of the formula in separate columns in our workbook:

That is; rows 1,2,4,6,7 and 8 in the range A2:A10 contain text.

Next the SMALL function finishes evaluating and goes from this:

=IFERROR(INDEX($A$2:$A$10,

SMALL({1;2;"";4;"";6;7;8;""},{1})

),"")

To this:

=IFERROR(INDEX($A$2:$A$10,

1

),"")

INDEX’s Turn

Now finally INDEX knows which value to return from the range A2:A10, which is the first value.

Remember the syntax for INDEX is:

INDEX(

reference

,

row_num

, [column_num], [area_num])

=IFERROR(INDEX($A$2:$A$10, 1),””)

Note: We’re only using the first two arguments for INDEX. The column_num and area_num are optional arguments as denoted by the square brackets.

IFERROR – The Fall Guy

IFERROR picks up the pieces if there is an error in the result and simply returns a blank.

This is important because the next thing you need to do is copy this formula down column C to at least row 10 (because later on you might enter values in cells A4, A6 and A10).

However, because there are currently only 6 values in column A you would end up with errors in cells C8:C10 if you don’t use IFERROR.

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Inside the workbook is an option that ignores blanks instead of the example above which relies on finding text.

This is useful if your data isn’t text, or is a combination of text and numbers.

4 Easy Ways To Convert Raw Files To Jpeg In Photoshop

JPEG images have many benefits like being able to post images on social media, sharing pictures with your friends, and much more due to the small size of these files. When converting RAW images to JPEG format, some methods are easy and quick, while others require more work but provide superior results.

Here are four easy ways to convert RAW files to JPEG in Photoshop.

Option 1: Using Camera Raw

Then, locate the desired RAW file on your computer and select open.

When you bring a Raw file to Photoshop, it opens inside Camera Raw to allow for non-destructive edits before the file is opened as a TIFF file in Photoshop.

It’s often worthwhile to edit your RAW files in Camera Raw before opening them into the main Photoshop workspace because they have more file information. Once brought into Photoshop, the RAW file is converted to TIFF and loses some of its shadows and highlights recovery potential.

You can use the right side of the Camera Raw workspace to edit your images. The Camera Raw interface is user-friendly and the workspace is similar to Adobe Lightroom.

This will open the Save Options panel. Since there are many options in this panel, I will guide you through the main options when converting the file.

To start, since we want to convert RAW files to JPEG, change the Preset to Save As JPEG.

Next, in the Destination block, you can opt to keep the file in the same location as the original RAW file or save it somewhere else.

When thinking of a file name, there are several default ways to name your file in the File Naming option.

Moving down, in Metadata, you can add copyright information and information about your camera to your file.

Further on, in Quality, you can set the quality of your file to low, medium, high, or maximum.

If you want to post your image on social media, send it to friends, or use it for the web, you don’t need to set the quality to maximum. A quality between medium and high will be enough and you won’t notice the lower quality on digital platforms.

But, if you need to print your photo, I recommend you set the quality of your image to high or maximum. That’s because printed JPEG files can easily become pixelated if the quality isn’t high enough.

The Limit File Size To option allows you to limit the size of the image. Check the block here if you have been given any size restrictions.

Next, in Color Space, you can see several options, but in most situations, you will only use two or three options from that list. 

I recommend you use sRGB IEC61966-2.1 if you want to upload your image onto digital platforms. This color space is the standard color space adopted by most screen device manufacturers around the world and it is web-friendly. This way, you will have less color variation across different devices and platforms.

If you need to print your image, I recommend Adobe RGB 1998 because it contains a much wider color gamut than sRGB.

Moving down, in Image Sizing, you can resize your image. You don’t need to resize your image unless you have a size limit in mind. Not resizing an image will preserve its original resolution.

Image resolution is set to 300 pixels/inch by default. This resolution works well for images that will be printed.

However, if you upload your image to a website, it is better to lower the resolution because a high image resolution can reduce a website’s speed. In this case, 72 PPI–standard resolution for the web–will work fine. 

Option 2: Using Export As

If you need to edit your image further in Photoshop and don’t want to convert it to JPEG within Camera Raw, you still have other options, and Export As is one of them.

When the export as panel opens, you can use it to convert your RAW file to JPEG as well as adjust the quality of your image.

To change the format of your image to JPEG in this panel, go to Format and choose JPG from the drop-down menu.

Next, in image size, you can alter your image height and width if you want the image to be a specific size.

You can also resample your image. The resample option adds pixels to your image or removes them to compensate for the stretching or compressing of the image when you change its dimensions.

There are many options within the Resample drop-down menu. For example, Preserve Details is a good option when you want to increase the number of pixels in your image without losing the image’s details.

Scrolling down the Export As panel, you will find two options for color space. Choose Convert to sRGB if you want to use your image on the web, and Embed Color Profile if you want to preserve the color profile you applied to your image.

Option 3: Save For Web

The images you publish on the web are opened by different devices and browsers, so you need to make sure they can be loaded fast with accurate colors, regardless of the device or browser that opens them.

In the Save For Web panel, change the image format to JPEG.

You can then set your image quality up to 100. However, I don’t recommend you set your image quality to the maximum when saving it for the web.

The lower the quality, the smaller the file size will be. You can see the size changes in real-time at the bottom left side of the panel.

Image quality set to 100. Image quality set to 50

Scrolling down the panel, check the box next to Convert to sRGB because this is the most commonly used color profile on the web.

You can also check Embed Color Profile so that all monitors and web platforms that display your image, will display the color profile you set to your image, rather than converting the colors to other color profiles.

Further down, in Image Size, you can enter values for your image’s width and height or enter a percentage you want your image to be reduced to.

The easiest way to convert a RAW file to JPEG is by using the Save As method. This way, you can save your image in seconds. The downside of this method is that you can’t change any of your image settings, such as quality or size. 

In the Save As window change the file type to JPEG in the Save As Type box.

How To Batch Export RAW Files To JPEG In Photoshop

Instead of converting one RAW file to JPEG after another, you can convert multiple RAW files simultaneously.

In the Image Processor panel, select the source folder from your computer.

Then, select a location to save your files. It can be the same location as the source file or any other location you want. Keep in mind that all the export settings you adjust will be applied to all files in the folder you selected.

Next, in File Type, make sure to check the box next to Save as JPEG.

Next, the file quality is set to 5 by default, but you can change it to any value up to 12.

If you intend to upload your file to the web, you can check the Convert Profile to sRGB box, since it’s the most suitable color profile for the web.

Once you close the panel, one image after another will appear on your canvas; all converted to JPEG. They will also appear in the location you selected for them to save in as JPEG files.

So with these four options, plus a trick to export multiple RAW files to JPEG as once, converting your images is stress-free and can be done in seconds.

Happy Editing!

How To Use Vba Trim Function To Remove Spaces In Excel?

Excel VBA Trim Function

Excel VBA Trim Function is used for removing the extra spaces from any cell or text and gives us the output which has a standard in terms of required spaces. VBA Trim function works exactly as the Excel Trim function and Trim function also removes the extra spaces in 3 ways;

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Spaces from the starting of the text.

Spaces from the end of the text.

Spaces from the middle of the text if more than 1 extra space is seen.

This mostly happens when we download data from some server, data warehouse or while incorrectly inserting the extra spaces manually. Even though we can easily see the spaces at the middle of the text, but spaces at the beginning and end of text cannot be seen easily until and unless we go to edit mode of that specific cell. This can be done by VBA Marco.

How to Use Excel VBA Trim Function?

We will discuss how to use VBA Trim Function by using some examples.

You can download this VBA Trim Function Excel Template here – VBA Trim Function Excel Template

VBA Trim Function – Example #1

Here we have 3 cells in the below screenshot.

And each cell has some spaces associated with them. Cell A1 has spaces at the end.

Cell A2 has spaces at the beginning of the text.

And cell A3 has space in between the text which is highlighted in the below screenshot.

This will take us to Visual Basic coding window. Now go to the Insert menu from VBA window and select Module as shown below.

This will create a new Module where we will write a code for trimming. Below are the steps for creating and writing trimming code:

First, choose a variable and define a range. Here we have selected the variable “A”. This variable can be anything.

As our data set has already some text or object then we need to set the range for it. And for that, we will use “Selection”. It will automatically select the data in the present sheet.

Code:

Sub

Trim_Data()

Dim

A

As

Range

Set

A = Selection

End Sub

For selecting each filled cell of the sheet “For Each” is the function And Value function is used for selecting the value with Trim(Cell) selection.

Code:

Sub

Trim_Data()

Dim

A

As

Range

Set

A = Selection

For Each

cell

In

A cell.Value = WorksheetFunction.Trim(cell)

Next

End Sub

By this, we complete the coding work for creating macro through VBA Trim. Now let’s apply the created code into some tab. For this go to Insert Menu and under Illustrations select Shapes.

From that Shapes option, create any shape using shape formats and styles.

VBA Trim Function – Example #2

VBA Coding shown above can be written in one more way. In the above example, we only trimmed the selected data. In this we will insert the function in the message box as well it will show once the data is trimmed.

Once we do that, we will get the Visual Basic window. Now open a fresh Module and start coding on that page.

Now consider the same code which we have written in example-1. But here for printing a message box with the text we will insert some text.

Sub

Trim_Data2()

  Dim

A

As

Range

Set

A = Selection

For Each

cell

In

A cell.Value = WorksheetFunction.Trim(cell)

Dim

B

As

 

String

B = Trim("Trimming Done") MsgBox B

Next

End Sub

Once we are done with writing the code, close the Visual Basic windows.

After that, we will get the button created on the screen.

As we can see above, here our data got trimmed and we can see the message as well of “Trimming Done”.

Pros of Excel VBA Trim Function

We can trim huge sets of data in one shot without checking the number of extra spaces the cells have.

Coding of trimming function is also quite small.

There are very less or no chances that any extra space will get spared.

Things To Remember

Always save the file as Macro-Enabled Worksheet. By doing this, we can use assigned macro multiple time.

Compile the code before assigning it to any button.

There are 2 different ways are shown for creating a button and both can be used as per individuals need or wish.

Consider writing VBA Code as shown in example-2 which will give the message as well.

Recommended Articles

This has been a guide to Excel VBA Trim. Here we discussed how to use VBA Trim Function to remove spaces in Excel along with some practical examples and downloadable excel template. You can also go through our other suggested articles–

How To Convert Text Dates To Proper Date Format In Excel? – Webnots

Why to Use Proper Date Format?

Sorting of columns based on dates

Subtracting or adding dates

Filter data based year or month or date

Data analysis based on dates

Storing Dates in Excel

The default date display in Excel depends on the regional settings from your computer. However, when you enter the date in different format (like 24 Jan 2024), the cell will automatically use “Custom” format. It is also possible; the date cell’s formats are wrongly changed to “Text” or “Number” causing the following problems.

Dates look like numbers.

Cells with dates show a green triangle on top left corner of the cell.

Shows in different date format like 23/05/24 which may confuse you as do not know which is the year or date.

Formula errors due to wrong format.

Good part is that regardless of what you see, Excel stores the date as a sequential serial number from 01 Jan 1900 (or 01 Jan 1904) to 31 Dec 9999. For example, 01 Jan 1900 is stored in Excel as 1 and 01 Jan 2024 is stored as 45292. You can use one of the following methods to convert the serial number to proper date format as you like.

1. Dates Show as Numbers in Excel

When the cells use other formats like “General”, “Number” or “Text”, Excel will show the dates as numbers like below. You can change the cell formatting in column B to convert the numbers into dates. There are multiple ways to change the cell formatting in Excel. We explain here with Microsoft 365 Excel for Mac version and the steps are same in Excel for Windows version also.

1.1. Using Copy Paste Formatting

You change the formatting of first cell (B2) and copy paste on other cells (B3 to B6). Though our example is simple, this copy pasting of formatting is useful when the cells are scattered over different columns in the sheet.

Dates Showing as Numbers in Excel

Select “Format Cells” option from the context menu to open “Format Cells” pop-up. Alternatively, you can press Command + 1 in Mac or Control + 1 in Windows to open “Format Cells” pop-up.

Formatting Date Cells in Excel

Now, the selected cell will show the date instead of number and copy that cell (B2) by pressing “Control + V” or “Command + V”.

Format Applied to First Cell

Select all other cells showing numbers (B3 to B6) and paste by pressing “Control + V” or “Command+ V”.

Excel Paste Options

This will show lot of options and select “Formatting” to apply date format to other cells also. On Excel Windows version, you will see icons instead of text menu and select “Formatting” icon under “Other Paste Options”.

This will apply the date formatting to all selected cells and convert the number into date proper format.

Apply Formatting Paste Options

Remember, you can change the date display to any formats like 22-Jan-24 or 22/01/24 or 01/22/24 from the “Format Cells” pop-up. The selected format will be applied to all the cells when you paste.

1.2. Select Cells and Apply Date Formatting

In this method, select all the cells (B1 to B6) and apply the formatting at once.

Apply Long or Short Date Format in Excel

2. Date Cells Show with Green Triangle

Converting to 4 Digit Date Format

3. #VALUE! Formula Errors

When you reference cells with wrong date formats in date related formulas, Excel will show #VALUE! error as it can’t calculate the result.

4. DATEVALUE Issue

DATEVALUE function is useful to get the serial number for dates from a cell value. However, the cell SHOULD be in a plan text format for this to work. In this case, you SHOULD NOT use date format even though the cell contains a date. For example, referencing 20 Jan 2024 in DATEVALUE function will show the serial number as 45311 only when the referenced cell is in “Text” format. otherwise, you will see #VALUE! error.

DATEVALUE Result with Text Cell

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Remove BitcoinMiner with EMISOFT Anti-Malware

Emisoft’s Anti-Malware is a powerful malware removal tool that will clean all BitcoinMiner’s traces from your computer. The software features a unique dual malware scanner that will instantly detect BitcoinMiner.

The scanner actually features two major antivirus and anti-malware technologies, allowing it to scan quicker and more efficiently. There is very little impact on memory as any unnecessary duplicates in detection are avoided.

The cleaning and restoration module will then take over and will completely remove BitcoinMiner.

Emisoft’s tool also detects behavioral patterns of ransomware attacks and blocks them before they encrypt your files. The tool also removes annoying PUPs, adware, and other similar unwanted software.

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Remove BitcoinMiner with Malwarebytes 3

Malwarebytes is a handy tool that removes annoying malware that sneaked into your computer. The tool has a really light footprint, doesn’t require much space to install, and is very silent, running in the background.

Malwarebytes is a complex tool, that does more than just removing malware installed on your device. Thanks to its four-module architecture, the tool blocks malware, ransomware, as well as various exploits and website-targeted threats.

If you’re looking only for an malware remover tool, you should stick to the free version of Malwarebytes 3. This version doesn’t come with a price tag, but is quite limited. It only disinfects your computer after an attack.

After the scan and removal of BitcoinMiner, a reboot is required. Malwarebytes will prompt you to do this.

To benefit from the full range and features, we recommend the full real-time protection of Malwarebytes Premium. This tool will help you prevent malware infections in the first place.

The Redmond giant offers Windows users a dedicated Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) to keep computers free from malware. Microsoft’s malware removal tool detects and removes malware, including BitcoinMiner, reversing the changes made by untrustworthy software.

After the tool has scanned your computer and removed threats, it displays a report that lists the threats.

Microsoft rolls out the MSRT on a monthly basis through Windows Update. You can also download the standalone tool from Microsoft’s website.

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