AppRemover: Uninstall Unwanted Antivirus Software, P2P Clients and Browser Toolbars

Many times we uninstall a software program but some program files and registry entries are left in our system.

AppRemover is a free portable utility that enables you to remove popular antivirus software, P2P (peer-to-peer) file sharing clients, backup applications, unwanted browser toolbars (ASK, Conduit and Babylon) as well as left over files from incomplete uninstallations easily and quickly. There's no more need to mess around with your registry.

It enables the thorough uninstallation of security applications like antivirus and antispyware from your computer.

It covers almost all popular security applications such as McAfee, Norton, Trend Micro, avast, AVG, Avira, Bitdefender, ESET NOD32, Kaspersky, MSE, Quick Heal and many more.

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It supports Windows 2000, XP and later. Both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions are supported.

You can download it using following link:

Download Link

Thanks to "Yavin" for sharing it...

PS: You can also read following article to know about official uninstallers for various well known antivirus software:

List of Uninstallers / Removal Tools for All Popular Antivirus Software

Also check:

[Tip] Uninstall Existing Antivirus Programs Using ESET AV Remover





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  • Hats off to you , great site its 1 hour and iam still going thro' the content on your site, i must say yours is one of most complete site as far as "Windows" is concerned, one thing i must share plz don't enable dream scene effect in windows 7, icons are turned black, otherwise other tweaks just mesmerized me regarding windows 7, it is one hell of piece of operating system,thanks again for your contribution, Rimmi

  • Who wants to remove their antivirus software?

  • Does this remove COMODO? I'm trying to reinstall it, and it keeps saying that it's installed, but it's not.

  • Is this a portable app?

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