AVG had this to say:
To completely uninstall the AVG application from your computer, please follow these steps:
On the taskbar, click Start -> Programs (All Programs) -> AVG 2011 -> Uninstall AVG.
Follow the uninstallation wizard to uninstall AVG from your computer.
If you experience any difficulties uninstalling AVG, please follow the steps below:
Download the latest AVG installation file from the Download section of our website.
When prompted, save the file to the Desktop.
Restart your computer.
Double-click the downloaded AVG installation file on your Desktop.
Click the Uninstall Product option in the Select Setup Type dialog.
Complete the uninstallation process, and then restart your computer.
In case the uninstallation was not successful, please download the AVG Remover tool from following section to your Desktop (tool is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems). Run the downloaded tool and follow the instructions displayed on your screen.
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
Since I am forced to use an older computer (HP) because of (Dell broken down computer)I downloaded the AVG free anti-virus software. XP was listed as acceptable so I went through the long process of a "dial-up" download. I then have to search computer to find the files downloaded and when...
by bunmi2501 9 years ago
Windows computers require protection from common viruses, spyware, and rootkits. A software application is needed that will monitor a system for infections, continually update itself, effectively prevent and remove infections when found, and not overly cannibalize system resources. Is Norton...
by yshashikant 13 months ago
Which is the best free antivirus software?I have tried a lot of free antivirus available today in the market and I like avast. Because of its frequent short updates and the easy to use user interface. What do you prefer to use and why?
by Tanya Jones 4 years ago
On my laptop, not my desktop, both of which have AVG installed, I get a warning after each transaction, "This site might be vulnerable. Sharing personal information on this site is not advised." Anyone else getting the same thing? I think it's odd. I don't recall having disabled the...
by noahi61 7 years ago
How can I remove a corrupt program whose uninstaller can’t work anymore?
by Debra Allen 5 years ago
I have a search engine problemI have AVG-paid version. I have Google Chrome that I am using. I have selected the Google Chrome be my default search engine, but AVG's isearch takes control. I did go to where it is checked and unchecked it...only for it to take control when I open a new tab yet...
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