No one is criticising your suggestions. Something that is helpful, by default, is useful!
Some of the programs mentioned in the links are used very frequently in the malware removal community.
The reason for requesting RogueKiller is that, what appears on the surface, winrscmde, may come with a hidden payload. It is in the best interest of anyone who has an infection to find out what is going on in the system.
Some infections require special tools, and we need to know which one to use, etc.
Since we call malware takeovers 'infections', let's say that some of them are equivalent to a malignant cancer in an advanced stage. In this kind of scenario, before cancer surgery, X-Rays, MRIs and the like preceed it. After surgery, some more tests and diagnostics are done to confirm the cancer is gone. It is all part of a 'total package'.
The file winrscmde may be associated with Rootkit boot.Pihar...
If you peruse through many of the malware removal forums, you will find that using diagnostic tools
takes precedence. Find out as much as you can about what you are dealing with, and then, use the right tools to remove it