How to Uninstall Avast Manually?

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7 meses 2 semanas atrás #102155 por Barney Stinson
Barney Stinson created the topic: How to Uninstall Avast Manually?
The good thing about a Mac device is that, once that you will be needing to remove any applications, it provides you its very own removing feature that will help you to manually uninstall the application from the device. So for you to know is how to uninstall Avast manually from your Mac, here is what you need to do.

Step 1: Stop the Application from Running on Your Mac

The first thing you have to do is to stop the application from running on your device. Here is how to do it.
1. Go ahead and click on the “Go” button.
2. After that, go ahead and choose “Utility”.
3. Then, go ahead and double-click on the Activity Monitor to open.
4. After that, go ahead and find and then highlight the running process of Avast.
5. Then click on the “Quit” button.

You can do step 2 and step 3 until all of the processes related to Avast is disabled completely from your device.

Step 2: Begin the Removal Process

1. Launch the Finder application on your Mac device.
2. In there, click on “Applications” located on the left side of your screen of the device.
3. Then, from the Applications folder, locate the Avast and then drag it over to your Trash.
4. Then right-click on your Trash and then select Empty Trash.
5. Then on Finder, click on the Go button from the menu bar.
6. Then select Go to Folder.
7. From there, type in ~/Library in the field box and then hit on the Return button and you will be directed to the Library folder.
8. Find and open all the folders that are associated with the Avast application and delete them from your Mac.

We must say that doing so will not be able to completely uninstall Avast from your Mac because there are still instances that you may not find all the folders that are associated with the application Avast. And with that, you are still leaving some files or folders that you do not need and is eating up storage space on your Mac.

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