How to restore the system after malware activity

Does anyone know how to do it? If i already have Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 on my computer

UPD21 Jun, 18:26:02

does it matter if i have windows 7?

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Jeorge Waters
• October 28, 2019
I am really afraid of malware because as a crypto trader I have too much information on my PC. It will be quite hard to restore all the info even though websites like https://safetrading.today/bots/3-commas/ exist and a lot of info can be found there.
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Using the Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting wizard, you can detect and eliminate the traces of malware actions in the system after your computer is disinfected or when your computer is probably infected. 
You can run the Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting wizard after disinfection to make sure that all the threats are eliminated and the damage caused by the infection is fixed.
You can also use the Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting wizard if you suspect that your computer is infected. In this case, the Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting wizard scans your computer for the changes in the system that may be caused by malicious programs, system failures, or incorrect operation of system optimization applications. After the check, the wizard displays the list of actions to be performed for eliminating the damage.
To run the Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting Wizard:
In the main window of Kaspersky Internet Security 2017, click More tools.


If you have problems opening the application window, see this guide.
In the Tools, select Show 3 more.


Select Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting.


In the Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting window, select an action:
Search for damage caused by malware activity.
Roll back changes. This option restores the state of the system before the changes were made by Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting wizard. This option is available if the wizard made any changes during previous sessions.
To start the check, click Next.

Wait until the problems search is completed. After that, select the check boxes corresponding to the actions to be taken to fix the problems. Click Next.

Wait until the system restoration is completed. To clean up certain activity traces, it may be necessary to restart the computer; in this case the wizard will prompt you. When the wizard displays the message about a successful damage restoration, click Finish.
Close the application window.

June 21, 2017
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I am really afraid of malware because as a crypto trader I have too much information on my PC. It will be quite hard to restore all the info even though websites like https://safetrading.today/bots/3-commas/ exist and a lot of info can be found there.

October 28, 2019
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In the Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting window, select an action:
Search for damage caused by malware activity.
Roll back changes. This option restores the state of the system before the changes were made by Microsoft Windows Troubleshooting wizard. This option is available if the wizard made any changes during previous sessions.
To start the check, click Next.

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