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How to uninstall or remove Norton antiviurs totally?

Updated on June 16, 2011

Are you facing problem to uninstall or remove Norton antivirus form your computer? Do you fail to remove Norton antivirus completely? Do you want to uninstall Norton and want to install another new antivirus? If you are using Norton antivirus and if you are facing problems to uninstall Norton and to install another antivirus then this page will tell you the proper complete solution to remove it. Just, keep reading...

Steps to uninstall or remove Norton antiviurs

There are two methods to uninstall Norton antiviurs from your computer. Firstly, follow the Method 1 and if you fail then follow Method 2.

Method 1: Unistall form the control panel

  1. Click on Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Click on Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Add or Remove Programs window will be opened shortly (sometimes, it takes some time to open if your computer has many programs installed). Here, you will find all the installed programs list. You will find that and click on Remove.
  4. After successfully uninstalling, restart your computer.

If you failed, then try method 2.

Method 2: Uninstall or remove Norton by using Norton Removal Tool

  1. Download Norton Removal tool by clicking here and save it to your computer.
  2. Double click on the Norton removal tool and run it to install.
  3. Now follow the instruction to remove it.
  4. Finally, restart your computer and you will see that Norton antivirus software is removed totally.

Note:

There is many Norton removal tools. I only mentioned the antivirus removing tools. If you use other Norton products then you may find the removal tool from the following list:

By following the above steps, you can easily remove Norton antiviurs form your PC.

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      rancidTaste 

      9 years ago

      Plz use symantec and avast removal tools. I think you success. For details, you may follow the hubs:

      -this hub and

      -https://hubpages.com/technology/How-to-uninstall-o...

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      ashutosh 

      9 years ago

      i a ashu i hv both symantec & avast & ty both are not removing from pc . i have remove them through add or remove progamme but i am helpless

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