- Part 1 - AVG Removal Tool
- Part 2 - Norton Removal Tool
- Part 3 - McAfee Removal Tool
The AVG Removal Tool 2012 is another handy tool for computer repair professionals and home users to tidy up after an AVG uninstall. AVG Anti-Virus and Internet Security programs, like lots of similar software from other manufacturers, can leave various files and registry entries behind after an uninstall. This can happen for many reasons, like a crash during the uninstall, a conflict with another program, or sometimes the uninstaller program just doesn’t remove everything it installed.
This is where the AVG Removal Tool 2012 comes in. It is a standalone, portable application that has only one purpose – to completely remove all files and registry entries from your computer related to AVG products.
As with all anti-virus removal tools of this kind, the best approach is first to try to uninstall the program using its own uninstaller. From Windows Control Panel, go to Add/Remove Programs or Programs and Features depending on your version of Windows, select the AVG program and click Uninstall.
A good time to run the AVG Removal Tool 2012 is just after this process is completed, just to tidy up any loose ends.
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