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How to disable (disable, stop) Avast Antivirus

Again and now you need to disable Avast Antivirus or stop some of its security. As a rule, you want to implement the collection of security programs or in the light of the fact that Avast is currently blocking the program or your website.

Here's a quick step-by-step management on the way to disable avast - temporarily or completely. The funds are suitable for all Avast antivirus components (free antivirus, Guru Antivirus, Internet Security or Avast Premier).

1. Completely turn off / off Avast (all discs)
Disabling all Avast programs basically means disabling Avast Antivirus insurance completely. Make sure you know what you are doing.

Step 1 - Browse only the Windows taskbar and find the orange Avast emblem. Under Windows, of course, it is covered, click the bolt to turn off the option that you do not see. When you find the emblem, right-click it, then search for "Avast protects control" and then select one of the options available there - turn it off to get a) 10 minutes; b) 60 minutes; c) to restart the computer; p) forever.

Step. 2 - Regardless of the choice you choose, Avast will ask you for confirmation that you want to confirm by selecting "Yes". After what time you decide on each of his defenses and Avast should be turned off / delayed.

Step 3 - Just open its window. You must ensure that Avast is turned off. It should be a saying and a red "All security is absent." To strengthen it again, click the "RESOLUTION" button and it must turn green with the message "You are sure".

2. Completely uninstall Avast Antivirus
In the event that none of these methods solves the problem, you may think about uninstalling Avast Antivirus. Regardless of the fact that we are eagerly weakening it, Avast is your largest free antivirus program.

If you are sure that you will have to do it, use our slightly "Antivirus 2020" or get a basic evacuation tool called Avast Uninstall Utility.

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