Avast Secure Browser is a browser for the web that ensures privacy and online security. Its built-in HTTPS encryption creates an encrypted connection to websites, and its Privacy Cleaner eliminates cache, cookies, and other temporary files from the device to ensure the privacy of users. Avast Secure Browser also includes tab management features, which allows users to switch between open tabs, reorder them or pin them for quicker access.
By using a third-party software such as CCleaner It’s simple to get rid of Avast Secure Browser. To use a third-party uninstaller, start the program and follow the instructions displayed on the screen to complete the process. Alternatively, you can also follow this article for how to uninstall programs in Windows for detailed instructions on the uninstalling process.
Uninstalling Avast Secure Browser via the Control Panel is another option. Start the Windows Settings app, and then select “Apps and Features” from the sidebar. Select Avast Secure Browser from the list of installed programs and select Uninstall. Click “Yes” at the prompt following to confirm the removal.
Once the uninstaller has finished taking out Avast Safe Browser, you’ll see an ad-hoc message asking if your browsing data should be deleted. Click “Yes” to proceed. Select “Also Remove Your Browsing History” and wait until the uninstaller is finished clearing the data off your computer. When the process is completed then you can close the program. Go through the local and roaming directories on your PC to see if you have any old Avast files.