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How to uninstall BitDefender totally?

Updated on July 13, 2011

BitDefender is one of the antivirus software which is very helpful for your computer's security. You install it and later you may need to uninstall it. Any type of antivirus installation is quite simple and easy but hard (sometimes extremely hard and difficult) to remove or uninstall it. Are you falling the same problem to uninstall or remove BitDefender from your comptuer? Is it very difficult for you to do that? If you fall in this type of situation then you may remove or uninstall BitDefender  by using BitDefender Removal Tools which works both for 32-bit and 64-bit computer. This page will tell you the process of completely removing or uninstalling or deleting BitDefender from your computer. Just keep reading...

Logo of BitDefender
Logo of BitDefender

How to uninstall or remove BitDefender totally form your computer?

You can uninstall or remove BitDefender totally form your computer by two ways. All the two ways are described below:

Method 1: Uninstalling form Control Panel

  • Click on Start menu and then Control Panel. From the Control Panel, double click on Add/Remove programs.
  • Form the Add/Remove Programs window, find BitDefender and click on it.
  • A Remove button will be visible and click on it and wait to fully uninstall it.
  • When uninstallation is finished, Restart your computer.

That's all to remove or uninstall BitDefender form your computer. If you fail then follow Method 2 to remove or uninstall BitDefender totally form your computer.

Method 2: Remove BitDefender using BitDefender Removal Tool

  • Firstly, download BitDefender Removal Tool form the following link which is suitable for your computer.

BitDefender Removal Tool for 64-bit comptuer

BitDefender Removal Tool for 32-bit comptuer

  • When download is finished, go to the download location and double click to run the .exe file.
  • The uninstall tool interface will be loaded very shortly and click on Uninstall.
  • When uninstallation is completed, Restart your computer.

That's all, to uninstall or remove BitDefender totally.

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      bright nartey 

      7 years ago

      bitdefender is good antivirus.

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      8 years ago

      why when u say "from" it says form? Its done that several times, like 4 times already, and its either a voice recognition type program but u just made me go to some other site because u cant even correct that problem. And now I know I helped u out 2 correct ur problem 2 trick other people but u just frustrated me....thank u

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      8 years ago

      Nice post, but for spanish people there is a review of bitdefender in this link

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      9 years ago

      thank you very much!!!


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